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a good job

Definition of a good job in English:

informal , chiefly British A fortunate fact or circumstance: it was a good job she hadn’t brought the car
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  • It predates Western medicine and has made a good job of maintaining the health of a huge population.
  • It was a good job for the former Melrose player, who knew that it was a rare chance to impress the selectors.
  • So its probably a good job that this is an anonymous blog, or my boss, the Great Leader would tell me off.
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