odd-job

[ od-job ]
/ ˈɒdˌdʒɒb /

verb (used without object), odd-jobbed, odd-job·bing.

to work at a series of unrelated or unspecialized jobs, often of a low-paying or menial nature.

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Origin of odd-job

First recorded in 1855–60

OTHER WORDS FROM odd-job

odd jobber, odd-job·ber, noun
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