Meaning of ALL IN A DAY'S WORK in English

ALL IN A DAY'S WORK

adj. phr. , informal Unpleasant or bad but to be expected; not harder than usual; not unusual. Keeping ants away from a picnic lunch is all in the day's work. When the car had a flat tire, Father said that it was all in a day's work.

Compare: PAR FOR THE COURSE, PUT UP WITH.

American idioms English vocabulary.      Английский словарь американских идиом.