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Jack of all trades(noun)
a person able to do a variety of different jobs acceptably well
handyman, jack of all trades, odd-job man(noun)
a man skilled in various odd jobs and other small tasks
jack of all trades(Noun)
One competent in many endeavors, especially one who excels in none of them.
Origin: 1610s, from sense Jack. Originally a term of praise (competent in many endeavors), today generally used disparagingly, with emphasis on (implied or stated) “master of none”, as in later longer form jack of all trades, master of none.
Jack of All Trades
Jack of All Trades is a half-hour long syndicated action-comedy television series which ran for two seasons in 2000. With Cleopatra 2525, it formed the Back2Back Action Hour and both shows were notable for being the first American non-animated action series to be produced in the half-hour format since the 1970s. The show was canceled in the middle of its second season. The program is set at the turn of the 19th century on the fictional French-controlled island of Pulau-Pulau in the East Indies. Jack Stiles is an American secret agent sent there by President Jefferson. While there, he meets his British contact and love interest, English spy Emilia Rothschild. Together, the two work to stop Napoleon and various other threats to the United States. To the public, Jack is seen as Emilia's attaché, but when the need arises, he transforms into a masked hero: The Daring Dragoon. The show contained many on-going gags, such as deliberate historical inaccuracies, Jack being responsible for many important historical events but not receiving credit, Emilia inventing a miraculous invention in an obvious deus ex machina, sexual puns and innuendos, and Jack and Emilia's ongoing romantic tension.
The numerical value of jack of all trades in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of jack of all trades in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Self-control is nothing else but saying 'Yes' to some things and saying 'No' to certain things. Oh! Yes, self-control matters a lot. And so, never be jack of all trades and master of none. Come on, you've got to be self-controlled and as well refuse to be tossed around by anybody/anything.
Jack of all trades, master of none Jacking up WISDOM with everyone That was stolen from a little old man Because he thinks everyone's dumb. He's a Doctor and a Faith Healer He's a Teacher and a Cheater He's a PREACHER and a Sinner He's a Musician and a Politician He's a Judge with a grudge He is trying to be an Artist But nobody was pleased. Jack of all trades Speaking highly of his trades But not even a master of one. Records, showed none... A COPY and PASTE TEACHER, And a PAINTLESS PAINTER. Trying to be a motivator, But, avoids his own mirror. Advice foods and health facts, But who's overweight and fat. Words of pretense, But a bad influence. Tried to create more, But achieve worse than before. Kindness is his devotion, But it's the opposite of his actions. Love and peace as problem solutions, But shows love of gun collections. Your virtue of righteousness, Are just a paradox, it is worthless. You're no mystery, But just plain MISERY. Jack of all trades, For sure master of NONE.
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- جاك لجميع الصفقاتArabic
- všeuměl, devatero řemeselCzech
- Hans Dampf in allen GassenGerman
- hombre de muchos oficios, persona de muchos oficiosSpanish
- touche-à-tout, homme à tout faireFrench
- tusenkunstner, alt-mulig-mannNorwegian
- pau pra toda obraPortuguese
- мастер на все руки, автофотовеломототелерадиомонтёрRussian
- tusenkonstnär, mångsysslareSwedish
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