A good job - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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An informal expression of praise for having done something well. (It can also be used sarcastically to mean the opposite.) Mary: "Dad, I got an A+ on my midterm exam!" Bill: "Good job, sweetie!" Good job, Frank, now we're going to have to rebuild this entire model from scratch.
(it’s) a good job/thing (that)... (spoken) (it’s) lucky: It’s a good job he was here. We couldn’t have moved the piano without him. ♢ It’s a good job my luggage was insured.
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Gibson knows the game and does a good job
of explaining its nuances to fans, but his honesty has hurt some player's feelings.
Here, everyone just wants to take care of you and get you out there to do a good job
And whoever they pick will do a good job
, as long as they aren't a caretaker.
I figure if they go to school every day, they will do well, and go to college and then be able to get a good job
,'' she said.