Definition of 'juggle'
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The findings could explain why they find it harder to juggle jobs or switch easily between tasks. The Sun (2016)How do you juggle your career with being a single mum to your daughter Violet? The Sun (2017)This can be tricky when juggling home life with a demanding career - unless an employer is able to be flexible. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But it is vital to keep moving as new dads need to be in the best of health to juggle their job with night feeds and changing. The Sun (2016)He appears to have headphones in a mobile in his lap, while juggling one in his right hand and another in his left. The Sun (2016)How do you juggle family life with a TV career? The Sun (2016)WOMEN are more stressed out than men as they struggle to juggle their careers and raise a family, a study found. The Sun (2016)She would find it hard juggling a social life with being a mum. The Sun (2012)How do you cope with juggling a young family and being on the road? The Sun (2012)The pressure of juggling careers with busy family lives is thought to be a factor. The Sun (2012)She is a single parent struggling to bring them up and juggling two jobs. The Sun (2009)Yet the juggling act is not perfect. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)They may have a difficult time juggling their work lives and families. The Sun (2008)How do you juggle family life with writing? The Sun (2013)Though she admits that juggling work with being a mum remains a challenge for her. The Sun (2012)Or a working mum juggling job and family. The Sun (2010)Coaches liaise with teachers to make sure the youngsters juggle the demands of course work with their training. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They think many female teachers are put off applying by the challenges of juggling work and family life. The Sun (2009)All working mums including myself know it is tough to juggle the demands of your family and your job. The Sun (2006)His schedule has become increasingly hectic as he juggles his role as a search and rescue pilot with royal duties. The Sun (2012)They really don't need extra pressure while trying to juggle new responsibilities. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I was trying to juggle the two. The Guide to Lesbian and Gay Parenting (1993)Mars patrols your relationships chart which means no one can juggle with your emotions - and you make good love choices. The Sun (2014)
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Used Occasionally. juggle is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'juggle'
British English: juggle VERB
If you juggle lots of different things, for example your work and your family, you try to give enough time or attention to all of them.
The management team meets several times a week to juggle budgets and resources.
Definition of juggle from the Collins English Dictionary
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