rush job

Translations

rush job

n (urgent) → lavoro urgente; (botched, hurried) → lavoro fatto in fretta
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Now with the EU is demanding there will be no more postponement, the government produced a rush job law so that we are not charged with a hefty penalty.
In my case, when I accepted a huge rush job last month, and a small rush job earlier this week, the thing that "gave" was my free time.
Our future deserves more than a rush job, it requires full transparency and full engagement with all fans.
Working to combine quality customer care with competitive rates and on-time delivery, they focus on ensuring they're a choice clients can count on for all their office needs, whether it's a rush job or a long-term project.
Turning the Indica into the CityRover was a rush job - and it showed.
Chief executive Maggie O'Carroll explains how that rebranding came about: TRAIN 2000 started in 1996 and it was very much a rush job setting the organisation up.
Should we forgive the misspelling of our name On hastily written cards that never seemed to hit the target, accepting that it was a rush job and be thankful for the market?
I had only been given a couple hours, so it was a bit of a rush job, but the World Cup is the biggest tournament you can be involved in.
IT'S A RUSH JOB WALES legend and Liverpool record goalscorer Ian Rush has rejoined the club as their official soccer schools ambassador.
Senators Joe Lieberman and Diane Feinstein, who each chair influential Senate committees, see the expansion as a rush job aimed at fulfilling a political promise made by outgoing President George Bush.
DeFazio's words were among the more pungent in a chorus of displeasure from Congress toward what many see as a rush job to pass the biggest financial public-private transfer in U.
com Irish Derby final undercard, but Collett added: "We did think about it and, in the end, it would have been a bit of a rush job and I couldn't really afford to spend the time away it would have involved.