jack of all trades

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English - Turkish
(deyim) elinden her is gelen kimse ,becerikli kimse jack of all trades (but master of one) atasozu- elinden her is gelen fakat hic birinde uzman olamayan kimse
elinden her iş gelen
on parmağında on marifet olan kimse
elinden her iş gelen tip
becerikli kimse
elinden her iş gelen kimse
iyi kötü her işi yapan kimse
on parmağında on marifet olan kimse
becerikli kimse
elinden her iş gelen tip
be jack of all trades
elinden her iş gelmek
English - English
Alternative spelling of jack of all trades
One competent in many endeavors, especially one who excels in none of them

A fellow can always get some sort of a job—I was coming up here to see if they needed an extra clerk or a waiter, or chauffeur, or anything that meant a roof and something to eat—but I suppose they don't need a jack-of-all-trades.

a person able to do a variety of different jobs acceptably well
Alternative spelling of jack of all trades
someone who is good at many kinds of work or business
If you refer to someone as a jack-of-all-trades, you mean that they are able to do a variety of different jobs. You are also often suggesting that they are not very good at any of these jobs. someone who can do many different types of work, but who often is not very skilled at any of them
jack of all trades

    Turkish pronunciation

    cäk ıv ôl treydz

    Pronunciation

    /ˈʤak əv ˈôl ˈtrādz/ /ˈʤæk əv ˈɔːl ˈtreɪdz/

    Etymology

    [ 'jak ] (noun.) 1548. 1610s, from sense Jack (“man (generic term)”). Originally a term of praise (competent in many endeavors), today generally used disparagingly, with emphasis on (implied or stated) “master of none”, as in later longer form jack of all trades, master of none. First attested in Essayes and characters of a prison and prisoners, by Geffray Minshull, published 1618 (written 1612), , as Jack-of-all-trades.

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