Definition of Job
a paid position of regular employment.
In Kabul, they usually have low-paying, menial jobs such as janitorial work.
a task or piece of work, especially one that is paid.
I wrote two pieces tonight for various jobs , but they both are thin, trembling, smelly things.
an act of prodding, thrusting, or wrenching.
buy and sell (stocks) as a broker-dealer, especially on a small scale.
At this point, with all the hurt and pain of being jilted and jobbed by the BCS system, that's all the Miami Hurricanes can hold on to.
Example of Job
A great wax job and properly fitted skis are a tremendous help when you want good grip.
All the stimulation and conversations made transitioning back to work at my day job quite difficult.
cleaning the toilet is a horrible job
Cox has done a smart, thorough job of explaining and contextualizing this unusual figure.
he did a bad job
he had another job to do
his game plan is to buy in then job the shares on at a profit
how many job applicants were there?
If that were to occur surely Pearce would be granted the manager's job on a permanent basis.
If that's what the local conditions are like then we've got a real job on our hands.