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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “job”

job

noun [C] (EMPLOYMENT)
雇用
 
 
/dʒɒb/ US  /dʒɑːb/
the regular work which a person does to earn money
工作;职业;职位
a temporary/permanent job
临时的/固定的工作
When she left college, she got a job as an editor in a publishing company.
大学毕业后她在一家出版公司当编辑。
It's very difficult trying to bring up two children while doing a full-time job.
一边抚育两个孩子一边做全职工作很困难。
He's never managed to hold down (= keep) a steady (= permanent) job.
他从来没能保住一份稳定的工作。
She's applied for a job with an insurance company.
她已向一家保险公司求职。
Are you going to give up your job when you have your baby?
你有了小孩后会放弃工作吗?
How long have you been out of a job (= unemployed)?
你失业多长时间了?
After a disastrous first month in office, many people are beginning to wonder if the new president is up to (= able to do) the job.
由于任职的第一个月表现很糟,许多人开始怀疑新总统是否胜任。
Hundreds of workers could lose their jobs.
成百上千的工人可能会失业。
Jobs, careers and professionsWorking
(Definition of job noun (EMPLOYMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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