Definición de day job en inglés:

day job

Saltos de línea: day job

sustantivo

A person’s regular job and main source of income, typically as contrasted with a more enjoyable occupation or hobby: he funds his films with money earned from his day job as a manager
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Things have moved on rapidly since she gave up her day job as a teacher to pursue the business.
  • All very well, but I'd rather save the excitement and effort for the day job.
  • All this cartooning would really be a lot easier to do if I didn't have this crazy day job.

Frases

don't give up the (or your) day job

informal Used as a humorous way of recommending someone not to pursue something at which they are unlikely to be successful.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • When they tell you not to give up the day job, it's time to get worried.
  • I said it was the first time I'd been a hairdresser and he joked, 'Don't give up the day job.'
  • Memo to would-be Erin Brockoviches: Don't give up your day job.

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