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task force

noun [C usually singular] uk   us  
a group of people who are brought together to do a particular job, or a large military group who have a military aim to achieve: Retired teachers have formed a task force to help schools in the area.
Translations of “task force”
in Chinese (Traditional) 特別工作組, 特遣部隊…
in Russian оперативная группа…
in Turkish görev gücü/kuvveti…
in Chinese (Simplified) 特别工作组, 特遣部队…
in Polish oddział specjalny, grupa robocza…
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