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  • (the) man for the job — the man for the job phrase the right person to do something We need someone to take over, and we think you’re the man for the job. Thesaurus: general words for workers and types of workerhyponym general words relating to jobs and workhypernym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • the man for the job — the right person to do something We need someone to take over, and we think you re the man for the job …   English dictionary

  • The Job (The Office) — Office episode name = The Job ep num = 51 prod code = 03024 date = May 17, 2007 writer = Paul Lieberstein Michael Schur director = Ken Kwapis season = 3 The Job is the twenty third episode and season finale of the third season of the U.S. version …   Wikipedia

  • take to the bottle — hit the bottle/take to the bottle/informal phrase to start drinking a lot of alcohol He hit the bottle after losing his job. Thesaurus: to drink alcohol, or to be drunksynonym Main entry: bottle …   Useful english dictionary

  • take by the scruff — {v. phr.} 1. To assert authority over a person. * /Tim s mother took him by the scruff and told him to get cleaned up./ 2. To punish a person. * /The boss took us by the scruff when he found us chatting idly by the coffee machine./ 3. To assume… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take by the scruff — {v. phr.} 1. To assert authority over a person. * /Tim s mother took him by the scruff and told him to get cleaned up./ 2. To punish a person. * /The boss took us by the scruff when he found us chatting idly by the coffee machine./ 3. To assume… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take\ by\ the\ scruff — v. phr. 1. To assert authority over a person. Tim s mother took him by the scruff and told him to get cleaned up. 2. To punish a person. The boss took us by the scruff when he found us chatting idly by the coffee machine. 3. To assume firm… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • take up the slack — do somebody s work, fill in    When I m away, Hal takes up the slack. He does my job …   English idioms

  • Jerry on the Job — was a popular comic strip by cartoonist Walter Hoban which was set in a railroad station. Syndicated by William Randolph Hearst s International Feature Service, it ran from 1913 into the 1930s. When Hoban was given only a weekend to devise a… …   Wikipedia

  • pick/take up the slack — to provide or do something that is missing or not getting done When he didn t get the pay raise he was expecting, he had to take another job to pick up the slack. [=to make up for the money he was not making] The manager has to take up the slack …   Useful english dictionary

  • fall down on the job — to fail to do something that you should do. The armed forces will take over if the local authorities fall down on the job …   New idioms dictionary

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