Definition of task force in English:

task force

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(also task group)

noun

1An armed force organized for a special operation: the task force continues to find more munitions in the area
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  • I was an armor task force scout platoon sergeant when my battalion deployed to Iraq.
  • What was my mission as it pertained to the overall task force and brigade missions?
  • Throughout the mission, the task force was in constant contact with enemy forces.
1.1A unit specially organized for a task: the government has set up a task force to survey mental health services
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  • A task group that included all members of the authority's board was formed.
  • The task group should include independent experts on human rights, constitutional law and agriculture.
  • Some of the recommendations included in the draft policy see the setting up of a task group.

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