English → English - Job

Pronunciation
n. Biblical figure who suffered many misfortunes but retained his faith in God; book of the Old Testament named for Job; male first name
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

English → Spanish - Job

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s. Job; trabajo, empleo, faena, fajina, labor, laborío, ocupación, oficio, puesto, quehacer, tarea; cargo, colocación, plaza
s. labor; empleo, trabajo; tarea (también en computación); (Germ.) trabajito (robo, asalto, delito); (Comp.) proceso que sigue la ordenadora para llevar la tarea a buen término
v. trabajar, comprar y vender, como intermediario; deshacerse (de alguien); dar trabajo a destajo (a tanto por pieza); trabajar en lo que se presenta; negociar en los fondos públicos

Spanish → English - Job

Pronunciation
n. Job, Biblical figure who suffered many misfortunes but retained his faith in God; book of the Old Testament named for Job; male first name

English → French - Job

Pronunciation
n. Job, personnage biblique qui a subi plusieurs mésaventures mais qui ne remet pas en question sa croyance en Dieu; livre de Job, livre de l'Ancien Testament intitulé Job; prénom masculin
n. travail, emploi, boulot, fonction, job; occupation; tâche, fonctionnement; exploitation; situation, conditions; vol; cambriolage; casse, combine, crime (argot) produit; tâche, travail (Informatique)
v. négocier, faire des transactions; se débarrasser de quelque chose; faire des combines; frauder; faire des petits travaux; punir injustement

English → German - Job

Pronunciation
n. Hiob, bibliche Figur trotz des erleidens vielen Unglücks den Glauben an Gott nicht verlierend (Altes Testament); das Buch Ijobs des Alten Testaments; männlicher Vorname
n. Arbeit; Job; Auftrag; Bedingung; Stelle; Aufgabe
v. etwas verdienen; ein Geschäft machen; etwas loswerden; jemanden betrügen

English → Indonesian - Job

Pronunciation
n. pekerjaan, kerja, tugas, fungsi, okupasi, kelungguhan, kesusahan
v. bekerja dgn borongan, bekerja tdk tetap

English → Italian - Job

Pronunciation
s. Giobbe, personaggio della Bibbia noto per la sua pazienza e fede in Dio nonostante le innumerevoli sventure; libro del Vecchio Testamento; nome proprio maschile
s. lavoro, attività, occupazione; (inform.) compito; procedura; (slang) furto, crimine
v. fare lavori saltuari; lavorare a cottimo; comprare all'ingrosso; speculare in borsa; liberarsi (di qualcosa); sfruttare la propria posizione

English → Polish - Job

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n. praca, robota, zadanie, sprawa, fach, posada, miejsce, rzemiosło, nadużycie, akcydens, interes, dziobnięcie
v. praca: wykonać pracę, wykorzystać w celach osobistych, dorywczo pracować, dźgać, dźgnąć

English → Portuguese - Job

Pronunciation
s. Jó
s. trabalho; emprego; tarefa (também em computação); ocupação, serviço; roubo, crime (gíria) ; produto
v. agiotar; comprar e vender; livrar-se (de algo); fazer biscates, realizar serviços sem vínculo empregatício; aproveitar-se, ludibriar

English → Romanian - Job

Pronunciation
n. muncă, lucru, treabă, îndeletnicire, ocupaţie, pâine {fig.}, serviciu, post, funcţie, loc, meserie, afacere rentabilă, profit, speculă, afacere, achiziţie, realizare, ocazie, prilej, piesă de prelucrat, furt {fam.}
v. munci ocazional, fi samsar, proceda necinstit, specula, năimi, închiria

English → Russian - Job

Pronunciation
с. Иов
с. занятие, работа; труд, сдельная работа, служба; место работы, предприятие; задание, урок; деталь, изделие
г. работать сдельно, нанимать на сдельную работу, работать нерегулярно; брать внаем лошадей или экипажи, давать внаем лошадей или экипажи; спекулировать, барышничать, быть маклером; обманывать, надувать, злоупотреблять своим положением; толкнуть, ударить, пронзать, вонзать; выполнять

English → Turkish - Job

Pronunciation
f. iş yapmak, ufak tefek işler yapmak, komişyonculuk yapmak, kiraya vermek, kiralamak, zimmetine geçirmek, görevi kötüye kullanmak, işe yerleştirmek
i. Yyüp peygamber, Eyüp peygamber
i. tip, meslek, estetik ameliyat, iş, suç, kârlı iş, alet, görev

English → Ukrainian - Job

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n. праця, робота, служба, завдання
v. відрядно: працювати відрядно, внайми: брати внайми, менеджигувати

French → English - Job

Pronunciation
n. Job, Biblical figure who suffered many misfortunes but retained his faith in God; book of the Old Testament named for Job; male first name

German → English - Job

Pronunciation
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

Dutch → English - Job

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npr. job

English → Dutch - Job

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zn. Job
zn. werk, baan, baantje, betrekking, job (ook in computers); opgave; missie, opdracht; karwei
ww. speculeren, profiteren; afmaken; kwijten; misbruiken

English → Greek - Job

Pronunciation
[job] ουσ. ιώβ, εργασία, επάγγελμα, δουλειά, θέση
ρήμ. διαπραγματεύομαι αξίες
επίθ. υπομονετικός άνθρωπος

French → Spanish - Job

Pronunciation
(emploi) trabajo (m); puesto (m); empleo (m)

German → Spanish - Job

Pronunciation
n. trabajo (m), ocupación (f), empleo (m), job (m)

Spanish → German - Job

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n. hiob, job

French → German - Job

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n. job

French → Italian - Job

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(emploi) lavoro (m); impiego (m)

French → Portuguese - Job

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(emploi) emprego (m); trabalho (m)

German → French - Job

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n. job (m), boulot (m), emploi (m)

German → Italian - Job

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n. affare (m), giobbe (m), impiego (m), saltuario: lavoro saltuario (m), posto (m)

German → Russian - Job

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n. работа (m), задание (m)

German → Turkish - Job

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i. iş (m)

Dutch → French - Job

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1. (taak) travail (m); tâche (f)
2. (beroep) travail (m); job (m)
3. (bedrijf) emploi (m); travail (m); boulot (m){informal}

French → Dutch - Job

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(emploi) baan (m/f); job (m); werk (n)

English → Arabic - Job

Pronunciation
‏عمل، شغل، وظيفة، مهنة، مركز منصب، نتاج، مهمة، وضع، حالة، سمسرة، منصب‏
‏إشتغل، خدع، إستغل وظيفته‏

English → Chinese - Job

Pronunciation
(名) 约伯; 约伯记
(名) 工作, 职业, 零活
(动) 做零工; 假公济私; 做股票经纪; 代客买卖; 承包; 批发

English → Chinese - Job

Pronunciation
(名) 約伯; 約伯記
(名) 工作, 職業, 零活
(動) 做零工; 假公濟私; 做股票經紀; 代客買賣; 承包; 批發

English → Hindi - Job

Pronunciation
n. काम, कर्त्तव्य, नौकरी, सामान्य काम, छोटा काम, अवस्था
v. काम करना, छोटा काम करना

English → Japanese - Job

Pronunciation
(名) ヨブ, 男子名; ヨブ記, 不運に見舞われながらも神に対して忠誠した聖書の人物

English → Korean - Job

Pronunciation
명. 일, 만들어진 것, 부정 행위, 공직을 이용한 부정 행위, 사태, 범죄, 직업, 일자리, 직무, 매우 어려운 일, 욥, 욥기, 일거리
동. 삯일을 하다, 잔일을 하다, 부정한 돈벌이를 하다, 매매하다, 주식을 매매하다, 부정한 돈벌이에 이용하다, 공직을 부정한 돈벌이에 이용하다, 세를 받고 빌려 주다, 말 따위를 세를 받고 빌려 주다, 마차 따위를 세를 받고 빌려 주다, 청부시키다, 일을 몇 사람에게 청부시키다

English → Vietnamese - Job

Pronunciation
n. công việc, việc, việc làm, việc làm khoán, việc làm thuê

German → Chinese - Job

Pronunciation
[der]饭碗。工作。

Definition of Job

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Noun
1. A task.
I've got a job for you - could you wash the dishes?
2. An economic role for which a person is paid.
That surgeon has a great job.
He's been out of a job since being made redundant in January.
3. Plastic surgery.
He had had a nose job.
4. A task, or series of tasks, carried out in batch mode (especially on a mainframe computer).
5. A sudden thrust or stab; a jab.
6. A public transaction done for private profit; something performed ostensibly as a part of official duty, but really for private gain; a corrupt official business.
7. Any affair or event which affects one, whether fortunately or unfortunately.
8. A thing (often used in a vague way to refer to something whose name one cannot recall).
Verb
9. To do odd jobs or occasional work for hire.
10. To work as a jobber.
11. To take the loss.
12. To buy and sell for profit, as securities; to speculate in.
13. To subcontract a project or delivery in small portions to a number of contractors.
We wanted to sell a turnkey plant, but they jobbed out the contract to small firms.
14. To seek private gain under pretence of public service; to turn public matters to private advantage.
15. To strike or stab with a pointed instrument.
16. To thrust in, as a pointed instrument.
17. To hire or let in periods of service.
To job a carriage
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Verb Forms

Present participle: jobbing
Present: job (3.person: jobs)
Past: jobbed
Future: will job
Present conditional: would job
Present Perfect: have jobbed (3.person: has jobbed)
Past Perfect: had jobbed
Future Perfect: will have jobbed
Past conditional: would have jobbed
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