Job po angielsku
n. work, employment, occupation; task; piece of work, duty, assignment; product of work done; manner in which work is done; problem, difficulty; theft, robbery, crime (Slang); task, procedure, assignment (Computers)
v. do paid work now and then, do odd jobs; work as a middleman, buy and sell; hire temporarily for a specific task; portion out pieces of work to different individuals; punish or take away unfairly
They go out at night with friends, they dream about getting a good job someday, going to university and creating a good future for themselves.
He prefers to find a job that has a lot of contact with people, so he is looking for a position in a beach bar.
Kids are doing many kinds of jobs in the summer, such as working in bars, restaurants, and entertainment clubs for young children.
Considering there are thousands of different species to record, this is no easy job.
Education gives you more security, and with a good education, you will most likely find a better job in the future and earn a better living.
He likes being a barista, but it is not a job he will do forever.
It was my job to have a taste from each item on the plate.
As for me, I had two very special jobs in the household of Cleopatra.
Babysitting is a popular job for teenagers.
I took my job very seriously.
1. task: assignment, chore, duty, role
2. employment: vocation, business, position, post, billet, engagement, appointment
3. dupe: fool, gull, hoax