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dogsbody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdogsbodydogs‧bod‧y /ˈdɒɡzˌbɒdi $ ˈdɒːɡzˌbɑːdi/ noun (plural dogsbodies) [countable] British English  JOB/TASKsomeone who has to do all the small boring jobs that no one else wants to do I spent the summer helping out as a general dogsbody.
Examples from the Corpus
dogsbodyI got myself a job as a typist and general dogsbody on a small magazine.I got myself a job as typist and general dogsbody on a small magazine we thought was being financed from Moscow.But I act as general dogsbody, carry books, go fetch, good boy, that kind of thing.I've got a crummy ordinary dogsbody job.She was evidently their dogsbody, used for tasks which no one else was prepared to take on.general dogsbodyI got myself a job as typist and general dogsbody on a small magazine we thought was being financed from Moscow.But I act as general dogsbody, carry books, go fetch, good boy, that kind of thing.
From Longman Business Dictionarydogsbodydogs‧bod‧y /ˈdɒgzˌbɒdiˈdɒːgzˌbɑːdi/ noun (plural dogsbodies) [countable] British English informal someone who is given the uninteresting or unpleasant jobs to doI got myself a job as typist and general dogsbody on a small magazine.
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