be all in a day's work

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be all in a day's work

To be normal and ordinary. This phrase is often used humorously to minimize an aspect of one's job that is particularly good or bad. Oh, solving technological crises is all in a day's work for those of us in IT. I can't believe I had to unclog a toilet today, but it's all in a day's work, I guess. Dealing with screaming kids is all in a day's work when you're a pediatrician.
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be all in a day's work

if something difficult or strange is all in a day's work for someone, it is a usual part of their job (often + for ) Drinking champagne with Hollywood stars is all in a day's work for top celebrity reporter Gloria Evans. We worked in blizzard conditions to restore all the power lines, but it's all in a day's work.
See also: all, work