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do/make a good/bad job of sth

C2 to do something well/badly: I'm not going to let him repair my bike again because he made a really bad job of it last time. The dry cleaner's did a good job of removing that oil stain from my shirt.
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Translations of “do/make a good/bad job of sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 干得出色/糟糕…
in Chinese (Traditional) 做得出色/糟糕…
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