A person who can do many different kinds of work. (noun)
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Use "jack-of-all-trades" in a sentence
"LeBron presented himself as a jack-of-all-trades on the court."
"But the Genesee worker is more flexible, a jack-of-all-trades able to tackle different jobs and shifts."
"You have to love a precious stone that is perceived as sensitive and emotional, a gemstone with the power to unearth and reflect its owner's feelings -- a jack-of-all-trades, a guiding beacon in this increasingly tortuous path of our lives."