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- v. to fulfil one's task, to do what is required to do
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“Let’s hope I’ve got one or two in a million that’ll get the job done for them.
I figured I was better able to get the job done with less than the optimum available to me than was one of my wingmen, and I pressed on with my own machine.
Geeno ran into weather on his refueling effort but managed to get the job done in style, and all his charges dropped off the tanker, and headed for Thud Ridge.
We were fortunate at Takhli in having exceptionally good people, hard drivers who wanted to get the job done properly and rapidly; and the base showed it.