jack-of-all-trades

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jack-of-all-trades

[jak-uhv-awl-treydz, jak-]
noun, plural jacks-of-all-trades.
a person who is adept at many different kinds of work.

Origin:
1610–20

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On the other hand, these positions are apprenticeships in many ways and typically expect one to have jack-of-all-trades skills.
But he's also a jack-of-all-trades, a cross between a mad scientist and a garage tinkerer.
His father, a jack-of-all-trades, moved the family from place to place as various jobs became available.
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