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job lotnoun [C]

uk   us   informal
a collection of various objects that are bought or sold as a group, usually at a low price: I bought a job lot of second-hand children's books at an auction.
Translations of “job lot”
in Chinese (Traditional) (以較低價格買賣的)一批雜貨…
in Chinese (Simplified) (以较低价格买卖的)一批杂货…
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