1. verb - to give the job, to job: to not do (task), to not attend (event), to avoid (person)
2. suffix - way of describing any task of person, often not as part of a complete sentence
i) Job done: task completed
ii) Gone job: extremely inebriated, completely exhausted (rare)
1. a) "Have you done that 1000 word essay yet?" "No, and I'm not going to - I'm giving it the job."
b) "I really don't want to go to the lecture this afternoon - I think I'll job it."
c) "I was supposed to meet Fred for lunch today, but I had so much to do that I had to give him the job."
2. a) "Essay job?" (meaning: "Have you done the essay?")
b) "MSN job?" (meaning: "Shall we converse on MSN?")
c) "How was Hand job this morning?" (meaning: "How was the lecture given by Professor Hand this morning?")
3. a) "Have you sorted out all the papers?" "Yeah, job done."
b) "Joe's almost drunk all of that bottle of vodka - he's a complete gone job."