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
raid, robbery, hold-up, burglary, break-in, theft
informal stick-up, smash-and-grab, smash-and-grab raid
North American informal heist

Phrases

    just the job


    SYNONYMS
    British

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

    just what the doctor ordered, just the ticket

    Australian

    just the glassy