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- I agree that it doesn't mean to work in general and can't be translated into French as travailler. Should we have "job" as an alternative spelling of jab? Dbfirs 17:28, 4 February 2010 (UTC)
a job for
I just asked a fellow editor "might this be a job for 'typically'?" (as a qualifier of another label). On Google Books, I see "looks like a job for a philosopher", "this looks like a job for embroidery", "The outer walls are still standing. The two vehicles in front of the building are intact. Looks like a job for forensics." Which sense of job is this? Is it sense 1, "task" (which covers it, I suppose), or something more? - -sche (discuss) 14:55, 8 March 2018 (UTC)