English version

just the job

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjust the jobjust the jobBritish English spokenPERFECT exactly what is needed for a particular purpose or situation This bag is just the job for carrying your sports gear. job
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just the jobComputerised databases are just the job for any record storage as many of you may know.This could be just the job for her - and it would generate some new income to replace what we've lost.Clinique, though, say their new Electric Shave Primer is just the job.A bit of companionship with fellow climbers and walkers is just the job at the end of a hard day.She should not have mentioned Mrs Skipton, must learn to do the job, just the job and no more.To decide which one is right for you, you have to consider more than just the job you do.The Cajun Kings were just the job, as was John.
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