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tasknoun

uk   /tɑːsk/  us   /tæsk/

task noun (WORK)

B2 [C] a piece of work to be done, especially one done regularly, unwillingly, or with difficulty: We usually ask interviewees to perform a few simple tasks on the computer just to test their aptitude. The government now faces the daunting task of restructuring the entire health service.

task noun (SPEAK ANGRILY)

take sb to task to criticize or speak angrily to someone for something that they have done wrong: She took her assistant to task for/over her carelessness.

taskverb [T usually passive]

uk   /tɑːsk/  us   /tæsk/
to give someone a task: We have been tasked with setting up camps for refugees.
Traducciones de “task”
en árabe مَهَمّة…
en coreano 과제…
in Malaysian tugas…
en francés tâche…
en turco iş, görev, vazife…
en italiano compito, mansione…
en chino (tradicionál) 工作, 任務, (尤指經常、不情願或很難做的)工作…
en ruso задание…
en polaco zadanie…
in Vietnamese nhiệm vụ…
en español tarea…
en portugués tarefa…
in Thai งานหนัก…
en alemán die Aufgabe…
en catalán tasca…
en japonés 仕事, 任務, 課題…
in Indonesian tugas…
en chino (simplificado) 工作, 任务, (尤指经常、不情愿或很难做的)工作…
(Definition of task from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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