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A Devil Of A Job ( a job that is tricky and difficult ... )

"A Devil Of A Job"

A devil of a job is a task that is difficult and complicated.

Example: "I cleaned your car for you, and it was a devil of a job."

Example: "We need to fix your car this weekend, and it is going to be a devil of a job."

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