Jack of all trades

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a person able to do a variety of different jobs acceptably well

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a man skilled in various odd jobs and other small tasks

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I'm a roving Jack of all trades, Of every trade and all trades, And if you want to know my name, They call me Jack of all trades.
From her films, red carpet appearances, romantic link- ups to her music career and international endorsements, PC can be best called the ' jack of all trades'.
RHYS Williams wants to stop being a "Jack of all trades" and focus on being the best centre-back possible.
Montreal, Canada, March 20, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Jack Of All Trades Clothing, a Canadian-based brand, manufacturing licensed apparel, announced today that it has received approval to manufacture a line of limited edition Iron Man 3 t-shirts.
"Tom's a very versatile player, and while some say you can suffer for being a jack of all trades, that's not the case in my book," said Grayson, a former Wednesday loan player.
William Hill King George VI Chase fourth Somersby is becoming such a jack of all trades that trainer Henrietta Knight admits she doesn't know his best trip.
I ask my dad he is jack of all trades. I would be lost without him.
He's a Jack of all trades who could expertly create a wonder garden in the morning, host an engaging chat show in the afternoon, and when he has a couple of hours, entertain the masses as a DJ with some superb music.
The bulk of Tait's England career has been spent as a "jack of all trades".
Utility players are often described as a jack of all trades, but master of none.
The Daily Express reported that the 'jack of all trades' had told the audience, "We will do our best to entertain you."
Flamenco's jack of all trades, Mario Maya, died in September.
Most of these workers are being used as jack of all trades dealing with sewerage, water supply, electricity, ACs and the rest.
WHEN I started my first restaurant, in the Teesdale town of Barnard Castle, I was proud of the fact that I was Jack of all trades.
A self-proclaimed "Jack of all trades, master of none," Pennington is also author of the New York Times bestseller Ty's Tricks.