Sentence examples of "rail job" in English

I think my job is pointless. Je pense que mon emploi est dénué de sens.
The cost of the air fare is higher than of the rail fare. Le coût du billet d'avion est plus cher que celui du billet de train.
How's your new job? Comment va ton nouveau boulot ?
She was as thin as a rail. Elle était aussi mince qu'un rail.
Selling cars is my job. Vendre des voitures est mon métier.
I cross the rail tracks every morning. Je traverse la voie ferrée chaque matin.
It's a hard, dirty job. C'est un travail difficile et sale.
Get hold of the rail just in case. Tenez la barre au cas où.
Taking care of the baby is my job. Prendre soin du bébé est mon travail.
Mr Ken Takakura just isn't used to his new job. M. Ken Takakura n'est juste pas habitué à son nouveau travail.
He thinks his job is pointless. Il pense que son emploi est dénué de sens.
For me, being a doctor isn't a job, it's a calling. Pour moi, être médecin n'est pas un emploi, c'est une vocation.
She is always complaining of her job. Elle se plaint toujours de son travail.
Tom lost his job. Tom a été mis à la porte.
He had the fortune to find a job. Il a eu la chance de trouver un travail.
What would you do, if you lost your job? Que ferais-tu si tu perdais ton emploi ?
I wonder how much Darby's new boob job set her back. Je me demande combien les nouveaux seins de Darby lui ont coûté.
That was, as it were, part of the job. Cela faisait, pour ainsi dire, partie du contrat.
She's practicing English so she can get a better job. Elle pratique l'anglais de manière à obtenir un meilleur emploi.
He grabbed the chance to get a job. Il a saisi l'opportunité d'obtenir un emploi.
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