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to start to work for an organization
to join an organization or start a new job
to start to take part in a particular activity or to work in a particular job
to begin a new job, career, or period of education
to get something that you wanted, especially a job or opportunity
to do someone else’s job temporarily while they are not available to do it
to do someone else’s job for a short period of time
to start to have success in your career or an area of activity
to send someone to work with a different group of people or in a different place, especially temporarily
to do someone’s job for them while they are away
in an online conversation, repeatedly asking a person questions which suggest that you are interested in what they are talking about, but are actually intended to annoy them
a soft sweet fruit that looks like a large orange-coloured tomato and grows on a persimmon tree
an electric skateboard
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Free thesaurus definition of to start a career or new job or to move to a new position from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.