- Inflections of 'job' (v): (⇒ conjugate)
- v 3rd person singular
- v pres pverb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing."
- v pastverb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed."
- v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."
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job ⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n as adj
- need a new job
- am looking for a new job
- [founded, landed] a new job [as, in]
- was fired from my job
- lost my job [last week]
- interviewed for a job [as, in]
- [quit, left] her job to [open, start, go]
- [change, move] jobs
- I got the job!
- what do you do for a job?
- do you have a job?
- I'm only doing my job
- he [loves, hates] his job
- learn on the job
- [fell asleep, got hurt] on the job
- an advertisement for a job
- a job for [life, one year, a season]
- a job in [advertising, sales, show business]
- is a [thankless, rewarding] job
- it's a tough job (but someone's got to do it)
- did [a good, a great, an amazing] job (on)
- [nice, great] job!
- UK: it's a good job you (didn't)
- has the job of [mowing, cleaning, emptying]
- I was called out on a job
- [gave, assigned] me the job of [telling, informing]
- had quite a job [convincing, persuading, finding] her
- you had one job (to do)!
- that's not my job!
- it is not your job to
- do odd jobs for [friends, neighbors, cash, money]
- do odd jobs around the [house, yard, neighborhood]
- [planned, pulled off] a bank job
- sexually explicit, slang: gave me a [blow, hand] job
- slang: has had a nose job
- go to a job interview
- have a job interview (tomorrow)
- how is the job search going?
- [new, good] job opportunities
- a job advertisement
- is part of the job [title, description]
- a [good, bad] job market
- have job training (tomorrow)
- look at job postings
- is a job creator
- job [skills, creation]
- on-the-job training
- UK: job out the [position, work]
- UK: job about from [place to place, show to show]
- UK: job as [an actor, a builder]
- UK: job the [stocks, shares] (at a profit)
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