If you say
that a task
is all in a day's work
for someone, you mean that they do not mind
doing it although it may
, because it is part of their job
or because they often do it.
For war reporters, dodging snipers' bullets is all in a day's work.
I said: 'How can I ever thank you?' but he waved the question aside. 'It's all in
a day's work.'
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