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rabbitCaught like a rabbit in the headlights.Rate it:

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horse and rabbit stewA mixture of the crude and the delicate in grossly unequal quantities, with the crude overwhelmingly dominant.Rate it:

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kill the rabbitTo get a positive test result from an old-fashioned pregnancy test.Rate it:

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pull a rabbit out of a hatTo do something surprising or beneficial.Rate it:

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pull a rabbit out-of a hatSurprise everyone, 'obtain an almost impossible resultRate it:

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rabbit holeUsed other than as an idiom: see rabbit, hole. (The entrance to) a rabbit warren or burrow.Rate it:

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rabbit holeA way into a bizarre world.Rate it:

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the rabbit diedA statement spoken to indicate one's own pregnancy, or that someone has found out they are pregnant.Rate it:

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good jobWell done; congratulations!.Rate it:

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bang up jobSomething done very well; something performed above average or better than expected.Rate it:

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don't give up your day jobImplying that they could not earn a living from it without other regular employment.Rate it:

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hatchet jobA treatment which serves primarily to disparage its subject; a piece of criticism which aims to destroy a reputation.Rate it:

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inside jobA crime or other illicit action committed by or with the help of someone either employed by the victim or entrusted with access to the victim's affairs and premises.Rate it:

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joe jobAn act of e-mail spamming where the sender's identity and address are those of an innocent third party, intended either to tarnish that person's reputation or to flood that person's e-mail with bounces.Rate it:

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joe jobAn uninteresting, low-level, low-paying job.Rate it:

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muscle-up to the jobStep right UP to the tasks at Hand!Rate it:

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patience of jobAn great amount of patience.Rate it:

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patience of jobFrom the Bible, James Ch.5 V.11.Rate it:

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real jobA hobby that takes all of a person's free time.Rate it:

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real jobA job that can't be replaced advantageously by a machine or a procedure.Rate it:

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real jobA job which requires the employee to, work regular hours for a consistent wage that often exceeds the provisions of applicable minimum wage legislation. A job that produces a living wage.Rate it:

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rim jobAnilingus; act where one person licks the other's anus.Rate it:

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snow jobAn attempt to persuade a person using flattery or deception.Rate it:

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tackle the jobDetermine tools and manpower needed, Move on site, Begin and complete necessary demolition, Launch make-ready tasks in order for all trades to move on site and begin the new construction.Rate it:

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out to lunchAway eating lunch or for a midday break; especially, away from work or a job.Rate it:

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bang upHe’s doing a bang up good job..Rate it:

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jump atTo accept something enthusiastically. Usually an opportunity, or chance, or job etc.Rate it:

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piece of cakeA job, task or other activity that is easy or simple to do.Rate it:

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wouldn't work in a pie factory tasting piesLazy and will not keep a job anywhereRate it:

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brass ringFiguratively, a prize or goal. Often used with respect to employment goals e.g. promotion, better job, etc.Rate it:

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jack inTo stop doing a regular activity. Often a job or studies.Rate it:

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pink slipTo get out of the jobRate it:

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bankers' hoursAny easy job, especially one with a short working day.Rate it:

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bring home the baconTo have a job and earn money or to lead a successful career.Rate it:

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brush-up!A 'brush-up' is a thorough review, rehearsal, self-examination prior to submitting to job interviews, probings, investigations of any category in order to be proficient in the future demands of the hoped-for position, challenge or opportunity:Rate it:

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bunny girlA club hostess or other female entertainer wearing a sexually provocative outfit suggestive of a rabbit.Rate it:

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casting couchA sofa on which a jobseeker is expected to perform sexual acts in return for a part in a film or other job.Rate it:

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cut cornersTo do a less than thorough or complete job; to do something poorly or take short cuts.Rate it:

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deliver the message to garciaWhat we need is people who get the job done, no matter how. We don't want pickers who'll only learn if we use their preferred learning method. Have you read "A Message to Garcia" ? That's what we need today - young people who can deliver the message to Garcia.Rate it:

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earn one's crustTo earn money, to do something as a job.Rate it:

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fall on one's swordTo resign from a job or other position of responsibility, especially when pressured to do so.Rate it:

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fill somebody's shoesTo do somebody's job; to perform or assume somebody's role.Rate it:

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fill someone's shoesTo do (somebody's) job; to perform or assume (somebody's) role.Rate it:

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get one's foot in the doorTo initiate contact or a relationship; to gain access, especially to an entry-level job.Rate it:

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give noticeTo announce one's intent to leave a job; to inform an employer that one is leaving.Rate it:

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go the extra mileTo make an extra effort; to do a particularly good job.Rate it:

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go to workTo go to one's job, as by commuting.Rate it:

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god works in mysterious waysExpressing confidence that a conundrum has a solution despite it not being apparent.Expressing that a seemingly unfortunate or unfavourable situation or change may be beneficial later or in the long run.Person A: It seems that I'm about to be fired from my job.Person B: Well, God works in mysterious ways - maybe it'll be the kick you need to apply to university...Rate it:

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hit the bricksTo participate in a workplace strike or other job action; to participate in a public protest, especially one involving picketing.Rate it:

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horses for coursesA person suited for one job may not be suited for another job, regardless of their expertise in the former job.Rate it:

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