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Definition of job lot in English:

noun

A miscellaneous group of articles, especially when sold or bought together: a job lot of stuff I bought from a demolition firm
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  • The closure of the gap and the erection of a new flyover have been put together in what seems to be a bureaucratic job lot.
  • This is because IL&P is only interested in NIB, whose Australian parent has said it will only sell NIB and Northern Bank as a job lot.
  • Fitzroy ended up being sold to Brisbane as part of a job lot for $18.75 and a slab of beer.

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