Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

a bang-up job

a bang-up job
1) a task completed with excellence; superior work
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    • do/did a bang-up job
  • Analysis
    'A bang-up job' is a 'good job' or something which has been completed to a high standard. This phrase is usually used as a compliment given to someone following a job well done. This is more of a colloquial expression to use with people you know rather than in formal situations. Similar phrases include 'a great job' and 'a top notch job'.
  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. The carpenter did a bang-up job on that wooden desk, the designs are so intricate.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. I needed to impress my boss so I did a bang-up job on every task I was given, no matter how small.
    2. He did a bang-up job dealing with all of those angry customers because they all left happy.
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