Idiom: Noddy work
Unimportant or very simple tasks are noddy work.Country: British English | Subject Area: Profession, work or study | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Do their dirty work
- Work your fingers to the bone
- Work your socks off
- Work like a dog
- Devil finds work for idle hands
- Many hands make light work
- Work your tail off
- Have your work cut out
- All in a day's work
- Work the system
- Donkey work
- All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy
- Work like a charm
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