Translation: from spanish

to get a job

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  • Get a Job — could refer to:* Get a Job (song), a #1 single by The Silhouettes * Why Don t You Get a Job? , a single by The Offspringee also*Get a life (disambiguation) …   Wikipedia

  • Get a Job (song) — Get a Job is one of the best known doo wop songs of the 1950s. Recorded by The Silhouettes in October 1957, the song reached the #1 spot on the Billboard pop and R B singles charts in February 1958. When I was in the service in the early 1950s… …   Wikipedia

  • get the job done — verb to fulfil ones task, to do what is required to do Bob and the gang have so much fun, working together to <b class= citedterm >get the job done</b> …   Wiktionary

  • Why Don't You Get a Job? — Infobox Single Name = Why Don t You Get a Job? Caption = Artist = The Offspring from Album = Americana A side = B side = Beheaded (1999) Released = March 30, 1999 Format = CD, 12 Recorded = 1998 Genre = Ska punk Length = 02:52 Label = Columbia… …   Wikipedia

  • Why Don't You Get A Job? — «Why Don t You Get A Job?» Sencillo de The Offspring del álbum Americana Formato CD 12 Grabación 1998 Género(s) Ska Punk Duración …   Wikipedia Español

  • Why Don't You Get a Job? — Single par The Offspring extrait de l’album Americana Pays  États Unis …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Why don't you get a job — Why Don t You Get a Job? Why Don t You Get a Job? est la 11e piste du 5e album du groupe punk rock californien The Offspring, Americana, sorti en novembre 1998 et dure 2 min 53. C est aussi le 2e single extrait de l album après Pretty fly. La… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Get a life — is an originally American idiom and catch phrase usually intended as a taunt, to indicate that the person being so addressed is devoting an inordinate amount of time to trivial or hopeless matters. The phrase has also appeared as a generally more …   Wikipedia

  • get one's foot in the door — See: FOOT IN THE DOOR …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get one's foot in the door — See: FOOT IN THE DOOR …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Get Out (board game) — Infobox Game title=Get Out image link= designer=James Ernest publisher=Cheapass Games players=2 to 6 setup time=5 minutes playing time=60 minutes complexity=Moderate strategy=Moderate random chance=High skills=Low bggid=1522 Get Out is one of the …   Wikipedia

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