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Meanings of "job" in Spanish English Dictionary : 119 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
job trabajo [m]
job ocupación [f]
job profesión [f]
job vocación [f]
job empleo [m]
job encargo [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 negocio [m]
job onra [f]
job atarea [f]
job beca [f]
job colocación [f]
job comendación [f] disused
job ajobo [m] disused
job cargo [m]
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 posición [f]
job misión [f]
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 volado [m] SV NI
job vuelo [m] NI teen
job destajo [m]
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]
job vuelta [f] CO PY
job sombrero [m] HN
job brete [m] NI CR VE
Colloquial
job chamba [f] MX PE
job talacha [f] MX
job pega [f] CL
job chamba [f] MX CAM PE
job chamba [f] MX CA EC
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 posición [f]
job empleo [m]
job trabajo [m]
job puesto de trabajo [m]
job puesto [m]
Finance
job tarea [f]
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 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]

Meanings of "job" in English Spanish Dictionary : 1 result(s)

Spanish English
Religion
job [m] job

Meanings of "job" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
task or job faena [f]
fire from a job despedir [v]
General
botched job chapuza [f]
plum job breva [f]
vacancy (job) plaza [f]
get a job colocarse [v]
unfilled (job position) desierto [adj]
job of a harvester agostía [f]
job market bolsa de trabajo [f]
easy job breva [f]
job position of minister cartera [f]
postman's job cartería [f]
job selling cork shoes lined with cordovan leather for women chapinería [f]
botched job chapucería [f]
odd job chapuza [f]
botched job chapuza [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
get a part-time job apitutarse [v] CL
give a job to atarear [v]
work an extra job descansar haciendo adobes [v] MX
offer a job to colocar [v]
get a job colocarse [v]
find a job colocarse [v]
odd job chapuz [m]
odd-job man comodín [m]
have connections to get a job or a privilege tener acomodo [adv] AR
paid on a job-by-job basis al destaje [adv] HN
paid per job al destaje [adv] HN
by the job al destaje [adv] HN
per job al destaje [adv] HN
odd job chapuza [f]
nose job rinoplastia [f]
cushy job bicoca [f]
difficult job papeleta [f]
blow job mamada [f]
amateurish job chapuza [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.
give a job to acomodar [v]
find a job colocarse [v]
obtain a job for colocar [v]
get danger by taking an easy job emboscarse [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
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
try to take someone's job aserruchar el piso [v] NI CL
take someone's job aserruchar el piso [v] NI CL
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
sloppy (job) sin chiste [adj] NI BO
blow job francés [m]
job interview entrevista de trabajo [m]
easy job enchufe [m]
exhausting job tute [m]
a plum job un chollo [m] ES
a plum job un laburazo [m]
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
hard or unwelcome job hueso [m]
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
dismissal or firing of someone from their job corte de chaleco [n] HN
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
a demanding job un trabajo exigente
a demanding job un trabajo que exige mucho
a job offer una oferta de trabajo
a plum job un trabajo soñado
a plum job un churro (de trabajo) MX
a plum job un trabajo fantástico
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
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]
institute (a new job or dignity) crear [v]
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]
easy high paid job botella [f] PA CU DO
botched job chambonada [f] CR CU CO
cushy job chanfa [f] CO
pencil-pushing job chanfa [f] CO
botched job chanfla [f] ES local rur.
odd job changa [f] PY AR UY
apply for a job or position correr [v] US PR
work a job obtained from influences camaronear [v] CO
work a job chambear [v] MX GT HN CR
botched job champurreado [adj] HN
low-wage job cachuelo [m] PE
temporary low-paying job camarón [m] NI CR PA
having more than one job chambismo [m] MX
Idioms
per job por ajuste [adv] PR
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]
give up (job) echarse al surco [v]
give up (job) echarse en el surco [v]
knock off (job) echarse al surco [v]
knock off (job) echarse en el surco [v]
be involved in a job estar metido en harina [v]
do a good job hacer buen papel [v]
do a good job hacer un buen papel [v]
do a job on someone hacer tortilla a alguien [v]
fine a job abroad hacer las américas [v]
risk one's job jugarse las alubias/el cocido/los garbanzos/las habichuelas [v]
have no job no tener ni oficio ni beneficio [v]
be out of a job no tener ni oficio ni beneficio [v]
be out of a job andar de rosita [v] LAM
have no job andar de rosita [v] LAM
about to lose a position or job olerle a alguien la cabeza a pólvora [v]
walk off the job saltar de un puesto [v]
quit a job saltar de un puesto [v]
give up a job saltar de un puesto [v]
be a useless person in a job or in a position ser una figura decorativa [v]
receive money from the government because you do not have a job cobrar el paro [v]
kick someone out of a job hacer saltar a alguien de un puesto [v]
walk off the job ira la huelga [v]
walk off the job declarar la huelga [v]
kick someone out of the job dejar a alguien en la calle [v]
have the patience of job tener más paciencia que Job [v]
have the patience of job tener la paciencia de un chino [v]
have the patience of job tener más paciencia que un santo [v]
have the patience of job tener una paciencia angelical [v]
have the patience of job tener una paciencia de benedictino [v]
do the donkey work (do the hard and boring part of a job) tirar del carro [v]
fire (from a job) dar el barquinazo [v] NI
fire (from a job) pegar el barquinazo [v] NI
retire (job/sport) colgar los botines [v] BO AR UY
harm somebody by removing him/her of his/her job position dar baje [v] MX
fire somebody from his/her job cortar el cambur [v] VE
force someone to do a difficult job as punishment dar un baile [v] AR UY
no obtain benefit from a profession/job no dar balance [v] DO
fire someone from a job dar aire [v] MX
fire someone from a job dar barbasco [v] SV
carry out a job with determination dar candela [v] VE
fire someone from a job dar el barquinazo [v] NI
fire someone from a job dar guiso [v] CU disused
do a bad job cutting someone's hair dejar como mocho de escoba [v] NI
do a bad job cutting someone's hair quedar como gallina chiricana [v] NI
dismiss someone from a job dar barbasco [v] SV
dismiss someone from a job dar aire [v] MX
dismiss someone from a job dar guiso [v] CU disused
dismiss someone from a job dar matica de café [v] VE
dismiss someone from a job dar pirey [v] CU
fire someone from a job dar matica de café [v] VE
fire someone from a job dar pirey [v] CU
beg for a job pedir chichi [v] MX
have a safe job tener la chiva amarrada [v] MX
have a well-paid job estar bien echado [v] PR
have a good economic position or a good job estar bien parado [v] MX BO
have a good economic position or job estar parado [v] GT PE
dismiss from a job volarle la gallina [v] HN NI
put a lot of effort into a job hacerle ganas [v] GT NI
get a job because of who you know not what you know coger cola [v] VE
fire someone from their job cortar el cambur [v] VE
fire someone from their job cortar el rabo [v] CR
fire someone from their job without offering severance pay correr con el petate de un muerto [v] HN
take someone's job from them, using tricks or ruses correr la butaca [v] CO
help with a job or task hacer el quite [v] MX VE
use dirty tricks to try to cause someone to fail, lose their job, or not get a promotion jabonar el piso [v] BO AR
act excellently in an activity or job hacerla de oro [v] CL
help with a job or task hacerle el quite [v] BO
put a lot of effort into a job hacerle ganas [v] GT NI
be after one’s job perseguir el trabajo de uno [v] fig.
be after one’s job querer robarle el trabajo a uno [v]
never send a boy to do a man's job mandar la carne con el gato [v] DO
use trickery to make fail, lose a job, or not get a promotion mover el piso [v] NI EC BO CL AR UY
terminate from a position or job pegar el barquinazo [v] NI