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snow jobnoun [C]

uk   us   mainly US informal
an ​attempt to ​persuade someone to do something, or to ​persuade someone that smoething is good or ​true, when it is not: My ​boss did a ​snowjob on me to get me to take on that ​project. The ​media, ​once again, is giving us a ​snowjob.
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