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job of work

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjob of workjob of workBritish EnglishJOB/TASK something that you have to do even if you do not enjoy it job
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job of workFrom then on it was just a job of work to be done.He had an enjoyable job of work waiting for him, and asked for no more than that.You should treat it as a straight forward job of work and get on with it.Then he would put his quill pens aside and consider an honest job of work.This is a two-man job of work since you need one to hold the ferret securely while the other ties the knots.In that sense, it is like any other job of work, or like being any parent.
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