all in a day’s work

all in a day’s work
Meaning: all part of one’s normal routine or job or range of experience.
Example: The electric man, Winston worked in heavy rains to restore all the power lines, but it’s all in a day’s work.

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AuthorEinar Dyhr writes on 17th June 2018

“All in a days work” from my experience, talking to people who lived through the Great Depression meant:

What ever you do: a working man trying to making ends meet; a patient in a hospital toiling with severe heath problem; a stock broker on Wall Street working to score a million, they all have a task to do, no matter how much or less time they contribute to the cause; it all sums up to “All In A Days Work”.

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