between - jobs. Adjective. (not comparable). (euphemistic) Unemployed. English Wiktionary. Available under CC-BY-SA license.
smilecol::smilecol: Hello, He is between jobs. What does he mean? 1. You could, but that would change the meaning. I would read that as a.
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