Definition of jobbie in English:

jobbie

Line breaks: job¦bie
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒɒbi
 
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noun

informal
  • 1 [with adjective or noun modifier] An object or product of a specified kind: I just got the hang of these computer jobbies
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    • So it's back to boring old bog-standard Nokia-supplied grey jobbie until I find a groovy new matt black one to replace it.
    • For your €54,890 start price, you get a very healthy 163 bhp from your 2-litre, five-cylinder jobbie, that gets you from 0-60 in just under ten.
    • Back then, I could have busted five hips, and the doctors would fix me up with a nice plastic jobbie faster than I could provide my OHIP number.
  • 2British A lump of excrement: the dog would do jobbies on the neighbours' lawns
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    • By hokey, you run an ad on telly with a mother not recognising her own son and wait for the jobbies to hit the fan.

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