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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "job" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 113 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
job ocupación [f]
job profesión [f]
job vocación [f]
job puesto [m]
job trabajo [m]
job empleo [m]
job encargo [m]
job negocio [m]
General
job colocación [f]
job tarea [f]
job faena [f]
job ubicación [f]
job destino [m]
job acomodo [m]
job menester [m]
job plaza [f]
job onra [f]
job destajo [m]
job ajobo [m] disused
job chamba [f]
job labor [f]
job asignación [f] NI PA DO PR
job chanfa [f] CO
job chamba (portugués) [f] MX GT HN SV NI PA CU PR CO PE CR VE EC BO
job guayaba [f] GT
job pega [f] CU BO CL
job vuelta [f] CO PY
job trabajar [v]
job puesto de trabajo [m]
job cargo [m]
job brete [m] CR
job pan [m] fig.
job biberón [m] DO
job camello [m] MX SV CU CO EC
job camello [m] EC
job curralo [m] CU
job chance (inglés) [m] GT SV
job brete [m] GT NI CR VE
job cheje [m] HN SV
job enganche [m] HN
job machete [m] CR DO rare
job pegue [m] HN SV NI
job rumbo [m] NI
job sombrero [m] HN
job volado [m] SV NI
job vuelo [m] NI teen
job socaliña [f]
job granjería [f]
job cucaña [f]
job engañifa [f]
job ganga [f]
job circunstancia [f]
job comprar en grueso y revender [v]
job regatear [v]
job herir [v]
job trabajar al destajo [v]
job subarrendar [v]
job dar una mojada [v]
job pinchar [v]
job cambalachear [v]
job chalanear [v]
job remiendo [m]
job suceso [m]
Colloquial
job chamba [f] MX PE
job talacha [f] MX
job pega [f] CL
job chamba [f] MX CAM PE
job laburo [m]
job curro [m] ES
job camello [m] CO EC
job laburo [m] EC BO CL PY AR UY
job enganche [m] PR
job voleo [m] CO
Slang
job camello [m] CO EC MX CU SV
job golpe [m]
job brete [m] CR
job pega [m] CL
Business
job colocación [f]
job ocupación [f]
job tarea [f]
job puesto [m]
job empleo [m]
job trabajo [m]
job puesto de trabajo [m]
Finance
job tarea [f]
job cargo [m]
job trabajo [m]
Insurance
job ocupación propia
Law
job acto criminal
Engineering
job actividad [f]
job especulación [f]
job tarea [f]
job ocupación [f]
job corretaje [m]
Astronomy
job agiotaje [m]
Geology
job chamba [f] MX
job quehacer [m]
job encargo [m]
Technical
job especular [v]
job saldar [v]
job negociar [v]
job hacer una tarea [v]
job vender a bajo precio [v]
job trabajar a destajo [v]
Aeronautics
job orden [m]
job motor de aviación
Mining
job oficio [m]
Petrol
job labor [f]
Mineralogy
job revender [v]
job cometido [m]
job aconchabamiento [m]
job aeroplano [m]
Religion
job job [m]

Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "job" im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch : 1 Ergebniss(e)

Spanisch Englisch
Religion
job [m] job

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "job" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 500 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
task or job faena [f]
fire from a job despedir [v]
General
botched job chapuza [f]
plum job breva [f]
get a job colocarse [v]
job on a farm varada [f]
change for a better job desensebar [v]
let out work by the job destajar [v]
do a job clumsily fuñicar [v]
lose a job rodar [v]
lose a job rodear [v]
find a job for someone colocar [v]
job of a harvester agostía [f]
find a job for acomodar [v]
have a job given to acomodarse [v]
find a job for acomodar [v] MX HN CU VE BO AR UY
find a job for acoplar [v]
get a job acotejarse [v] CU
land a job acotejarse [v] CU
work an extra job descansar haciendo adobes [loc/v] MX
amateurish job chapuza [f]
blow job mamada [f]
odd job chapuza [f]
nose job rinoplastia [f]
cushy job bicoca [f]
difficult job papeleta [f]
abandonment of a job abdicación [f]
opening (as for a job) vacante [f]
job of selling trinkets achinería (de achín) [f] HN SV rare
bottle job rubia de bote [f]
bottle job rubia teñida [f]
fraudulent employee who appears in the payroll and is salaried, who doesn't attend to his/her job to fulfill his/her obligations aviadora [f] MX
fraudulent employee who appears in the payroll and is salaried but doesn't attend the job aviadora [f] MX
someone who has a privileged job, well remunerated and non demanding aviadora [f] MX
job of a caterer banquetería [f] CL
job of a caterer banquetería [f] CO rare
income from a temporary job or business caída [f] BO
a person who receives a salary for a job that she does not perform pipona [f] EC
well paid and easy job botella [f] PA CU DO PR
job obtained through connections botella [f] PA DO
person who stays a long time in a job and cannot be moved by any means apernada [f] CL
badly done job bosta [f] AR UY
moonlighting job busca [f] CU
person fired from a job descamburada [f] VE
person not very skilled at a job or who commits errors due to lack of experience or skill chacreadora [f] BO:W,C,S
someone very dedicated to their job chambeadora [f] MX GT HN SV NI
work or job chanfaina [f] CO
person who is clumsy or inexperienced in completing a job or task chapetona [f] PY UY
person who is clumsy or inexperienced in completing a job or task chapetona [f] AR rare
person not very skilled at a job or who commits errors due to lack of experience or skill chambona [f] PA BO
odd job chaucha [f] EC
odd job chiripa [f] DO PR
part-time job chiripa [f] DO PR
badly done job gallada [f] SV
botched job gallada [f] SV
delay in performing a job or task colgada [f] NI CO
persistent dedication to a job or one's studies contracción [f] PE AR UY
theft or embezzlement in a business or at a job cogedera [f] DO
applying for a job solicitud de empleo [f]
job description job description (inglés) [f] US PR
person whose job is to get new clients to enroll in a public institution, or hire workers enganchadora [f] PE
sloppy job mandriedada [f] SV
badly done job mandriedada [f] SV
well-paid job pincha [f] CU
strings pulled to get someone a job recomendadita [f] VE BO CL
person who tries to make someone lose their job ponchera [f] HN
person whose contract has been terminated, but continues to receive part of his salary until they find a new job racionalizada [f] CU disused
well-paid government job teta [f] HN SV
lucrative job teta [f] CR BO derog.
person whose job is to scrape henequen to extract the fiber talladora [f] MX:Se rur.
obtain a job for colocar [v]
get danger by taking an easy job emboscarse [v]
give a job to acomodar [v]
find a job colocarse [v]
(for a job) to turn out to be profitable ser rentable (un trabajo) [v]
get a job conseguir un empleo [v]
change job cambiar de trabajo [v]
lose one's job perder el trabajo [v]
find a job encontrar un trabajo [v]
hold a job mantener un trabajo [v]
quit (job) renunciar [v]
quit one's job entregar su renuncia [v]
do one's job cumplir con su trabajo [v]
have a steady job tener un trabajo estable [v]
lose one’s job quedarse sin empleo [v]
lose one’s job quedarse sin trabajo [v]
resign from a job renunciar a un puesto de trabajo [v]
resign from a job dejar un trabajo [v]
do a good job hacer un buen trabajo [v]
do an excellent job hacer un trabajo excelente [v]
do an excellent job hacer un trabajo magnífico [v]
look for a job buscar un empleo [v]
put one's job before one's health posponer la salud al trabajo [v]
get someone a job procurar un puesto a alguien [v]
find someone a job procurar un puesto a alguien [v]
get a job calzarse un empleo [v]
give someone a job colocar a alguien [v]
provide someone with a job colocar a alguien [v]
leave job cesar en su cargo [v]
get a job acotejarse [v] CU
settle (with a good and well-paid job) acolchonarse [v] PR
get the democratic action party's followers a job in companies and institutions adequizar [v] VE
set up someone in a job acomodar [v] MX HN NI CU PR VE BO AR UY
get a job or a privileged situation by influence acomodarse [v] MX HN NI CU PR VE BO AR UY
get a job acomodarse [v] HN CU DO BO AR UY
perform with skills to get a job acomodarse [v] CU PR
accept one's job application aceptar la solicitud de empleo de alguien [v]
acquire the job conseguir el trabajo [v]
be accepted for a job ser aceptado para un trabajo [v]
be accepted for a job ser cogido en un trabajo [v]
be after one’s job estar detrás del trabajo de otro [v]
get an odd job apitutarse [v] CL
get someone a job using personal influence apitutar [v] CL
become stagnant (especially in a job) aplatanarse [v] CU DO PR
insist on remaining in a job or position atornillarse [v] PR AR
ask someone to relieve from a job pedir a alguien que lo exima de un trabajo [v]
perform an job callapear [v] VE
get a job or a privileged position by influence enchambarse [v] HN
fire someone from a job botar [v] MX GT HN SV NI PA CU DO PR CO VE EC PE BO CL AR
be stuck in a job amojonarse [v] PR
place someone in a position/job apernar [v] CL
leave a job abrir [v] PE
quit a difficult and risky job bajarse [v] CL
fire somebody from his/her job bailarse [v] HN SV
dismiss someone from his/her job cancelar [v] DO EC
be taken to the job ser llevado al trabajo [v]
be the right person for a job ser la persona indicada para un trabajo [v]
do one's job for one hacer el trabajo de uno [v]
do somebody's job hacer el trabajo de otro [v]
do a job haphazardly hacer un trabajo de manera irregular [v]
be new on the job ser nuevo en el trabajo [v]
be unqualified for a job no estar cualificado para un trabajo [v]
be offered a job ofrecérsele un trabajo [v]
do a job hastily and carelessly hacer un trabajo apresuradamente y descuidadamente [v]
do a better job hacer un trabajo mejor [v]
do a job haphazardly hacer un trabajo de manera incoherente [v]
do a job hastily and carelessly hacer un trabajo precipitadamente y sin prestar atención [v]
be removed from job ser despedido [v]
be the right person for a job ser la persona adecuada para un trabajo [v]
do one's job for one hacer el trabajo para alguien [v]
do somebody's job hacer el trabajo de alguien [v]
do the job systematically hacer un trabajo sistemáticamente [v]
be rejected for a job ser rechazado para un trabajo [v]
be removed from job ser eliminado de un trabajo [v]
be removed from job ser retirado del trabajo [v]
dedicate oneself intensely to a job clavarse [v] MX
fire someone from their job desbancar [v] GT
fire someone from their job/position desgañotar [v] HN NI
fire someone from their job desbarrancar [v] NI
fire someone from their job desburrumbar [v] NI
fire someone from their job descabezar [v] HN NI BO PY
take someone else's job descarchar [v] SV
fire someone from their job deschambar [v] HN
fire someone from their job descharchar (inglés discharge) [v] GT HN SV NI PA
fire someone from their job deschorchar [v] HN:N SV
dismiss someone from their job desbarrancar [v] NI
make mistakes in a job due to lack of experience or skill (person) chacrear [v] BO:W,C,S
do a job that one is not trained for currar [v] AR
fire or dismiss someone without previous warning from a job or position challar [v] CL
commit errors in one's job due to lack of experience or skill chalequear [v] BO:W,C,S
devote oneself intensely to a job or activity fajarse [v] MX GT HN SV NI CR CU DO PR CO VE PE
accept one's job application aceptar la solicitud de trabajo (de alguien) [v]
acquire the job lograr el trabajo [v]
acquire the job conseguir el trabajo [v]
get a job, generally domestic, rural, or manual labor concertarse [v] VE:W
get a job, typically domestic, rural, or manual labor conchabarse [v] PY AR UY rur.
get a job, typically domestic, rural, or manual labor conchabarse [v] VE:W
apply for a job or position correr [v] US PR
hire someone for a job, generally domestic, rural, or manual labor concertar [v] VE:W
hire someone for a job, typically domestic, rural, or manual labor conchabar [v] BO PY VE:W AR UY rur.
be delayed in performing a job or a task colgarse [v] MX NI CO AR
fire someone from their job corcholear [v] NI
fire someone from their job cortar [v] CL rare
fire someone from their job cortar [v] HN
be accepted for a job ser aceptado en un empleo [v]
be accepted for a job ser aceptado en un trabajo [v]
get a job engancharse [v] HN NI
not finish an agricultural job manear [v] SV
lock in a job enllavar [v] DO
get a job enllavar [v] DO
do a bad job sewing using large and loose stitches ejotear [v] SV
offer a job enchambar [v] HN
get a well-paid government job empoltronarse [v] PR
plant grass in a field as part of one's job engramar [v] HN SV NI PR BO
assign an undesirable job encachufar [v] BO
give a job enchambar [v] HN
get a job enchambarse [v] HN
place someone in a job ubicar [v] HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
place someone in a job ubicar [v] HN SV NI PR EC BO
lose one's job volarse [v] HN
actual (job/task) actual (inglés actual) [adj] HN NI PR
prepared (for a job/task) afilado [adj] CU PR VE AR
real (job/task) actual (inglés actual) [adj] HN NI PR
trained (for a job/task) afilado [adj] CU PR VE AR
referring to an easy job aliviado [adj] BO CL AR UY
degrading (situation/job) arrastrado [adj] VE
humiliating (situation/job) arrastrado [adj] VE
relating to person, who receives a salary for a job that he does not perform becado [adj] HN EC
person who has an important job bocudo [adj] PR
stayed a long time in a job and cannot be moved by any means apernado [adj] CL
with no job aboyado [adj] CU
who remains in a place or at a job clavado [adj] GT HN
who was fired from a job deschambado [adj] HN
who was fired from their job deschorchado [adj] SV
someone very dedicated to their job chambero [adj] MX GT HN SV NI PE
unskilled at their job or who commits errors due to lack of experience or skill (person) chaleco [adj] BO:W,C,S
pertaining to someone who obtains a position or job by recommendation chambero [adj] HN derog.
pertaining to someone who does any kind of informal job (person) chambitas [adj] MX
fired or laid off from job cesanteado [adj] NI CU DO PR VE AR UY
demanding (job/work) chino [adj] AR UY
piece of cake (thing or job) chichón [adj] GT HN SV NI
very dedicated to their job guapo [adj] CO:W BO
who takes an illicit profit from a business or job cogedor [adj] DO
fired from their job corcholeado [adj] NI
having an easy and well-paid government job echado [adj] PR
find or get a job through connections enchambado [adj] HN
having a good job enchufado [adj] VE
having obtained a job through leverage or influence palanqueado [adj] CO VE
soft job prebendario [adj] EC BO PY cult
high pay low work job prebendario [adj] EC BO PY cult
cushy job prebendario [adj] EC BO PY cult
good at one's job vergón [adj] HN
with a good job ubicado [adj] NI PA CL DO VE BO
rush-job veintidós [adj] NI
easy job enchufe [m]
exhausting job tute [m]
job interview entrevista de trabajo [m]
blow job francés [m]
a plum job un laburazo [m]
a plum job un chollo [m] ES
person who has no home and job vagabundo [m]
boob job arreglo de tetas [m]
small job trabajillo [m]
plum job chollo [m]
job obtained by influence acomodo [m] GT HN PY AR UY
set up in a job acomodo [m] HN NI AR UY
means of obtaining a job through networking with friends arreglo [m] BO
fraudulent employee who appears in the payroll and is salaried but doesn't attend the job aviador [m] MX
someone who has a privileged job, well remunerated and non demanding aviador [m] MX
fraudulent employee who appears in the payroll and is salaried, who doesn't attend to his/her job to fulfill his/her obligations aviador [m] MX
better paid job trabajo mejor pagado [m]
badly-paid job trabajo mal pagado [m]
sloppy job bodoque [m] NI
odd job biberón [m] DO
freelance job boleteo [m] CL
job or public position cambur [m] VE
a person who receives a salary for a job that he does not perform pipón [m] HN EC
person who stays a long time in a job and cannot be moved by any means apernado [m] CL
look for a moonlighting job boroneo [m] DO
person fired from a job descamburado [m] VE
firing of a person from their job/position descamburamiento [m] VE
person who fires someone from their job descamburador [m] VE
firing of someone from their job deschorche [m] HN:N SV
firing of someone from their job deschuce [m] HN:N rare
dismissal of someone from their job deschuce [m] HN:N rare
available space or job cupo [m] PY UY cult
available space or job cupo [m] MX HN SV NI PA CU DO PR CO VE PE BO
person not very skilled at a job or who commits errors due to lack of experience or skill chacreador [m] BO:W,C,S
someone very dedicated to their job chambeador [m] MX GT HN SV NI
man whose job consists of carrying and transporting suitcases or packages carritero [m] PY
man whose job consists of carrying and transporting suitcases or packages changador [m] PY BO rare
man whose job consists of carrying and transporting suitcases or packages changador [m] AR UY BO CL
man whose job consists of carrying and transporting suitcases or packages changarín [m] PY AR
fraud in which money is not paid for a job chaleco [m] GT CR
person who is clumsy or inexperienced in completing a job or task chapetón [m] PY UY
person who is clumsy or inexperienced in completing a job or task chapetón [m] AR rare
person not very skilled at a job or who commits errors due to lack of experience or skill chambón [m] PA BO
man whose job is to repair the bodywork of vehicles chapistero [m] PA CU
bad job chivo [m] DO
odd job chivo [m] PA PR
job obtained through political favoritism chupeta [m] PR
well-paid state job obtained through political favoritism chupete [m] HN
temporary employment while looking for another better job escampadero [m] CO
considerable energy to start a job or activity filo [m] MX
estimate of the cost of a job estimado (inglés estímate) [m] US DO PR PE BO CL
unskilled person who makes mistakes at their job due to lack of experience or skill cordero [m] BO
an extra job un trabajo extra [m]
an extra job un trabajo adicional [m]
an extra job un trabajo de más [m]
job that allows one to earn money without too much effort guiye [m] AR UY
man who has a job to load and unload goods, or transporting them on his shoulders hombreador [m] AR UY
person who performs a job for a longer time than other workers in the same category or specialty hombre ancla [m] CL
easy job guisito [m] PR teen
easy job mamey [m] PR
easy job mango [m] DO
person whose job is to get new clients to enroll in a public institution, or hire workers enganchador [m] PE
sloppy job manchancho [m] AR:Nw
government employee who requests bribes to do their job machetero [m] BO:W
bad make up job emplaste [m] PR
job or position in the treasury or public funds empleo de manejo [m] CO
procedures and maneovers necessary to obtain a public job majarete [m] DO
badly done job manchancho [m] AR:Nw
brief review or superficial touch up done in a job pasón [m] GT
occasional side job pituteo [m] CL
moonlighting job pituto [m] CL
occasional side job done at the same time as another pituto [m] CL
odd job pituto [m] CL
bad paint job pintorreteo [m] MX
privileged, well-paid, and easy job piponazgo [m] EC
normal job trabajo normal [m]
moonlighting job pololo [m] CL
person who tries to make someone lose their job ponchero [m] HN
moonlighting job recurseo [m] EC rare
moonlighting job recurseo [m] PE
person whose contract has been terminated, but continues to receive part of his salary until they find a new job racionalizado [m] CU disused
side job recurseo [m] EC rare
side job recurseo [m] PE
person with a secure job tutumpote [m] DO
person whose job is to scrape henequen to extract the fiber tallador [m] MX:Se rur.
poor job totoposte [m] NI
job well done trinquete [m] SV
person who makes friends in order to obtain some benefit (like a well-paid job) buscapegas [m/f] BO
person not very skilled at a job or who commits errors due to lack of experience or skill chacra (del quechua) [m/f] BO:W,C,S
person who obtained their job or position by recommendation chambista [m/f] HN derog.
person who does any kind of informal job chambitas [m/f] MX
person not capable of doing a good job pirata [m/f] VE
incidental benefit of a job/position buscas [f/pl] PR disused
incidental benefit of a job/position buscas [f/pl] CU
relating to person, who receives a salary for a job that she does not perform becada [adj/f] HN EC
sloppy (job) sin chiste [loc/adj] NI BO
have connections to get a job or a privilege tener acomodo [loc/adv] AR
paid on a job-by-job basis al destaje [loc/adv] HN
paid per job al destaje [loc/adv] HN
by the job al destaje [loc/adv] HN
per job al destaje [loc/adv] HN
dismissal or firing of someone from their job corte de chaleco [loc/nom] HN
try to take someone's job aserruchar el piso [loc/v] NI CL
take someone's job aserruchar el piso [loc/v] NI CL
a demanding job un trabajo que exige mucho
a demanding job un trabajo exigente
a job offer una oferta de trabajo
a plum job un churro (de trabajo) MX
a plum job un trabajo fantástico
a plum job un trabajo soñado
a two-person job un trabajo de dos personas
real job trabajo de verdad
job center oficina de empleo
job fair feria del empleo
a cushy job un chollo de trabajo
job centre [uk] oficina de empleo
a steady job un trabajo fijo
job vacancy puesto vacante
part-time job trabajo a tiempo parcial
challenging job trabajo desafiante
lifetime job trabajo para toda la vida
stressful job trabajo estresante
job creation creación de empleos
bad job lástima [f]
job lot colección miscelánea [f]
make the best of a bad job salir de un mal negocio lo mejor posible [v]
be out of a job estar sin colocación [v]
bad job mal negocio [adj]
odd job trabajo de poca importancia [m]
Colloquial
plum job cucaña [f]
easy job mamandurria [f]
easy job cucaña [f]
an informal job (for a limited period of time) changa  [f] AR
a temporal job changa  [f] AR
person who has lost his job or is without money caída [f] PE
easy job chotez [f] AR UY
job obtained through influence that requires little effort corbata [f] CO:C
easy job manguangua [f] VE
assigning of a person to a job nombrada [f] CL
informal job rebusca [f] NI
sign on at the job centre apuntarse al paro [v]
give someone an unpleasant job colgar el mochuelo a alguien [v]
give someone an unpleasant job echar el mochuelo a alguien [v]
benefit from an advantage (to get a job) enchufarse [v]
get a job conseguir trabajo [v]
get a job conseguir un puesto [v]
make the best of a bad job al mal tiempo buena cara [v]
make the best of a bad job hacer de tripas corazón [v]
make the best of a bad job sacar el mejor partido posible [v]
find a job acomodar [v] MX
be out of a job paletear [v] SCN
get a job atrapar un empleo [v]
tinker with a job chafallar [v]
tinker with a job remendar mal [v]
have no job quedarse en la calle [v]
quit one’s job darse capote [v] MX
work at an additional job after one's regular employment descansar haciendo adobes [v] MX
do an extra job (at nights) descansar haciendo adobes [v] MX
work at another job (often at night) in addition to one's full-time job descansar haciendo adobes [v] MX
work a second job after hours descansar haciendo adobes [v] MX
get a job incorporarse al mundo del trabajo [v]
loaf on the job manguarear [v] VE
fire or dismiss someone from his/her job bajarse [v] HN NI
fire someone from their job descabezar [v] CO EC
do everything possible to not lose one's job cuidar la cuchara [v] CO
use one's influence to obtain a job for someone else fotutear [v] CU
wander from one place to another, especially to look for a job galguear [v] UY
fire someone from their job correr [v] HN NI BO UY
get a job or privileged position because of friendship, kinship, or belonging to a party parquear (inglés park) [v] BO
gather strength remaining to finish a job soplar [v] MX HN CR CO:C VE EC BO:W CL
poorly done (work or job) champurreado [adj] HN
very dedicated to their job guapo [adj] PY AR UY
delayed in accomplishing a job or task colgado [adj] CO AR
removed from a job parqueado [adj] GT HN
good job, idiot! ¡bienhechito! [interj] EC
good job, idiot! ¡bienhecho! [interj] EC
job (costa rica) brete [m]
job (argentina/chile/paraguay/uruguay) laburo [m]
dirty job mochuelo [m]
profitable job tronchado [m] MX
odd job bolito [m] PR CL
person who has lost his job or is without money caído [m] PE
temporary job camarón [m] PA NI CR
seasonal job camarón [m] PA NI CR
part-time job camarón [m] PA NI CR
blow job mamón [m] CL
sloppy job enchastre [m] AR UY
worker who takes another's job but earns only half the salary as the other half goes to the registered worker medio pollo [m] CL
payment or commission from an informal job salve [m] PA
a person who got his job by influence not for his own merits enchufado [m/f]
a big job una gran golpe
at least i have a job por lo menos tengo un trabajo
a five-man job un trabajo de cinco hombres
on the job en el empleo
on the job en el trabajo
on the job masturbándose o teniendo sexo
a legal job un negocio legítimo
a shit job un trabajo de mierda
a real job with a boss un trabajo de verdad, con jefe
a real job un trabajo de verdad
a stressful job un trabajo estresante
get another job conseguir otro empleo
get a regular job conseguir un trabajo estable
get a job consigue un trabajo
get the job done terminar el trabajo
good job bien por ti
good job buen trabajo
good job lo has hecho bien
good job lo hiciste bien
cushy job el bocado sin hueso
cushy job el enchufillo
easy job el bocado sin hueso
easy job el enchufillo
hard job! ¡el parto de los montes!
botch job chapuza
botch job trabajo mal hecho
good job! ¡anjá! CU
devil of a job un trabajo del demonio
devil's own job un trabajo muy difícil
last job trabajo más reciente
nine-to-five job trabajo de nueve a cinco
nine-to-five job empleo de nueve a cinco
patience of job paciencia de santo
patience of job paciencia infinita
it's a good job cows don't fly menos mal que las vacas no vuelan
don't give up the day job! ¡no te verás en ese espejo!
don't quit your day job! ¡no te verás en ese espejo!
thankless job trabajo ingrato
never-ending job la obra del escorial
boring job labor de chinos
Phrases
your job is on the line tu puesto de trabajo está en peligro
by the job a destajo
it's a good job that qué suerte que
on the way to the job camino al trabajo
Idioms
find a job conseguir un empleo [v]
be fully up to the job tener el alma en su almario [v]
be a long job haber tela que cortar [v]
give someone an unpleasant job cargar a alguien el mochuelo [v]
give someone an unpleasant job cargarle a alguien el mochuelo [v]
give someone an unpleasant job echarle a alguien el mochuelo [v]
give someone an unpleasant job colocarle a alguien el mochuelo [v]
give someone an unpleasant job tocarle a alguien el mochuelo [v]
be landed with an unpleasant job cargar con el mochuelo [v]
fall down on the job fracasar en el trabajo [v]
fall down on the job hacer mal el trabajo [v]
fall down on the job no estar a la altura del trabajo [v]
do a job on someone dañar a alguien [v]
do a job on something menoscabar a alguien [v]
do a job on someone perjudicar a alguien [v]
do a job on someone engañar a alguien [v]
do a job on someone arruinar a alguien [v]
do snow job defraudar [v]
do snow job estafar [v]
do the job hacer el trabajo [v]
do the job hacer lo que se necesita [v]
do the job ser lo que se necesita [v]
do the job ser útil [v]
give something up as a bad job abandonar algo que no vale la pena continuar [v]
give up as a bad job dejar de hacer algo porque se lo considera inútil [v]
give a hard job dar mucho trabajo [v]
give oneself over to one's job/work dedicarse a su trabajo [v]
have the devil's own job doing something perder mucho tiempo haciendo algo difícil [v]
have the devil's own job doing something pasar penurias para hacer algo muy difícil [v]
have the devil's own job to do something tener mucho trabajo para hacer algo complicado [v]
have the devil's own job doing something gastar mucho tiempo procurando hacer algo complicado [v]
have the devil's own job to doing something gastar mucho tiempo procurando hacer algo complicado [v]
have the devil's own job to doing something pasar penurias para hacer algo muy difícil [v]
have the patience of job tener la paciencia de job [v]
have the patience of job ser paciente como Job [v]
have the patience of job tener la mansedumbre de job [v]
have the patience of job tener el temple de job [v]
do a job on someone darle para el pelo [v]
make someone do something difficult (especially a job) echar a alguien a los leones [v]
have the patience of job tener más paciencia que el santo job [v]
be in line for the job ser candidato para el trabajo [v]
be in line for the job ser candidato para ocupar la vacante [v]