do a job on someone or something meaning

[American slang]
tr. to ruin someone or something; to give someone or something a thorough working over.
• The cops did a job on Rocko, but he still wouldn't talk.
• There's no need to do a job on me, man, I'll tell you everything I know—which is zip.
• That punch sure did a job on my nose.

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