Job ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Job ( noun )

  1. A piece of work usually done on order at an agreed rate.
  2. A specific duty, role, or function.
  3. A regular activity done in exchange for payment.
  4. A position of employment.

Origin:

From middle english jobbe, from old english jobb ("a sudden blow, stroke, piece of work"), from proto-germanic *jubbanÄ… ("to strike, hit"), from proto-indo-european *yeup- ("to strike, hit").

Examples:

  1. He took a job as a delivery driver.
  2. She has a good job with a large company.
  3. He's been out of a job for three months now.
  4. The job of a teacher is to educate children.
  5. The job of a doctor is to diagnose and treat illnesses.

(As a verb)

Job ( verb )

  1. A piece of work usually done on order at an agreed rate.
  2. A specific duty, role, or function.
  3. A regular activity done in exchange for payment.
  4. A position of employment.

Origin:

From middle english jobbe, from old english jobb ("a sudden blow, stroke, piece of work"), from proto-germanic *jubbanÄ… ("to strike, hit"), from proto-indo-european *yeup- ("to strike, hit").

Examples:

  1. He took a job as a delivery driver.
  2. She has a good job with a large company.
  3. He's been out of a job for three months now.
  4. The job of a teacher is to educate children.
  5. The job of a doctor is to diagnose and treat illnesses.
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