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job sth out

(also contract sth out)
phrasal verb with job uk   us   /dʒɒb/ verb [I]
WORKPLACE to ​employ a ​person or ​organization to do particular ​work for you: Several ​banks are ​bringing IT ​work back in ​house that would ​normally be jobbed out.
(Definition of job sth out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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