jobb

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jobb

  1. Imperative singular of jobben.

Hungarian[edit]

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comparative form of

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jobb

  1. better
    Most jobb munkám van. - I have a better job now.
  2. right (antonym of left)
    jobb kéz - right hand

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jobb

  1. right hand, right foot
    jobbját nyújtja - offer one's right hand

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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From English job

Noun[edit]

jobb m (definite singular jobben, indefinite plural jobber, definite plural jobbene)

  1. job, work, employment
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Verb[edit]

jobb

  1. imperative of jobbe

Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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From English job

Noun[edit]

jobb m (definite singular jobben, indefinite plural jobbar, definite plural jobbane)

  1. job, work, employment

Swedish[edit]

Noun[edit]

jobb n

  1. job; a task
  2. job; economic role for which a person is paid
  3. a place of work; place where the work performed as part of an employment takes place
  4. (dated, somewhat condescending) speculation; investments with higher than normal risks

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