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nice work if you can get it

something you say about an easy way of earning money that you would like to do if you could: She got one million dollars for appearing on television for five minutes - (that's) nice work if you can get it!
Translations of “nice work if you can get it”
in Chinese (Traditional) 容易賺錢的事人人都願意做,能有這樣的好事就好了。…
in Chinese (Simplified) 容易赚钱的事人人都愿意做,能有这样的好事就好了…
(Definition of nice work if you can get it from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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