Synonyms of job in English:

job


See definition of job

noun

1‘my job involves a lot of travelling’

SYNONYMS

position of employment, position, post, situation, place, appointment, posting, placement, day job

occupation, profession, trade, career, work, field of work, line of work, line of business, means of livelihood, means of earning a living, walk of life, métier, pursuit, craft

vocation, calling

vacancy, opening

Scottish way

informal berth

Australian informal grip

archaic employ

2‘a job that will take him three months to complete’

SYNONYMS

task, piece of work, assignment, project

chore, errand

undertaking, venture, operation, enterprise, activity, business, affair

detail

3‘it's your job to protect her’

SYNONYMS

responsibility, duty, charge, concern, task

role, function, contribution, capacity, mission, commission

informal department

British informal pigeon

dated office

4‘it was a job to get here on time’

SYNONYMS

difficult task, problem, trouble, struggle, strain, hard time, trial, bother

informal headache, hassle, performance, pain, hard mountain to climb, hard row to hoe

5‘a series of daring bank jobs’

SYNONYMS

crime, felony

informal raid, robbery, hold-up, burglary, break-in, theft

informal stick-up

North American informal heist


Phrases

    just the job

      SYNONYMS

      the very thing, just the thing, just right, exactly what's needed

      British informal

      just what the doctor ordered, just the ticket

      Australian British informal

      just the glassy