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All in a days' work (saying)


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meaning : It is part of the normal routine; expected and accepted as part of ones' duties / work even if it is unpleasant, tiresome, difficult etc.

Sample Usage

When you work as an air hostess, irritating and complaining passengers are all in a days' work.


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