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He combated crime in a big way, basically he just made to many enemy's doing a good job.
What does the bold part of the statement mean?
Oh yeah, sadly, people can get so envious if you are too good at work...
"basically he just made too many enemies doing a good job."
What is the meaning? ^^||
The resturant owners would perhaps consider him an enemy, not because they were envious of his skills, but because by doing his job well, he caused them to lose their jobs.
I see, so the original sentence omit "by" before "doing a good job", right?
So, the preposition 'by' had its ulterior presence in the statement, right? ( is the usage of 'ulterior' correct?)
P.S.: Let me tell you the context in which the statement was issued; It was given as an opinion on George Bush explaining why he was rebuked all over the world.. :D