jobnounuk /dʒɒb/ us /dʒɑːb/
job noun (EMPLOYMENT)
- I've applied for an office job I saw advertised in the paper.
- How is Mary enjoying her new job?
- It's a tragedy that so many young people are unable to find jobs.
- The company plans to shut down four factories and cut 10 000 jobs.
- Increasing the number of women in top management jobs will be a slow process.
job noun (PIECE OF WORK)
job noun (RESPONSIBILITY)
- answer for sb/sth
- answer for sth
- answer to sb
- have sth on your hands idiom
- I am not my brother's keeper idiom
- in the hot seat idiom
- it's your own lookout idiom
- saddle sb with sth
- social contract
- stick sb with sth
job noun (PROBLEM)
- a (heavy) cross to bear idiom
- a bitter pill (to swallow) idiom
- a hard/tough nut to crack idiom
- hot potato
- life's a bitch (and then you die) idiom
- the hard way idiom
- the rub idiom
- the sharp end
- thorn in your flesh/side idiom
job noun (EXAMPLE)
job noun (CRIME)