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chore Saltos de línea: chore

Definición de chore en inglés:

sustantivo

1A routine task, especially a household one: her illness made even daily chores like shopping difficult
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Girls as young as four and five are expected to help with household chores and to care for their younger siblings.
  • Geraldine was doing her home chores when the phone rang for her Evening Press interview.
  • By the time I get up, do the usual daily chores and get everyone fed it'll be time to go to work.
Sinónimos
task, job, duty, errand, thing to be done, burden;
(chores)work, domestic work, drudgery
1.1A tedious but necessary task: he sees interviews as a chore
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Too many of them were standing around as though fielding were merely a tedious chore to be undertaken before you got your turn at bat.
  • For me, it's so much more of a chore or a necessity than a pleasure.
  • This seems strange to some, but why should we not make something fun out of a necessary chore?

Origen

Mid 18th century (originally dialect and US): variant of obsolete char or chare (see charwoman).

Más
  • charwoman from late 16th century:

    The first element of this word is from obsolete char or chare meaning ‘a turn of work, an odd job, chore’. Chore (mid 18th century) is a variant.

Palabras que riman con chore

abhor, adore, afore, anymore, ashore, awe, bandore, Bangalore, before, boar, Boer, bore, caw, claw, cocksure, comprador, cor, core, corps, craw, Delors, deplore, door, draw, drawer, evermore, explore, flaw, floor, for, forbore, fore, foresaw, forevermore, forswore, four, fourscore, furthermore, Gábor, galore, gnaw, gore, grantor, guarantor, guffaw, hard-core, Haugh, haw, hoar, ignore, implore, Indore, interwar, jaw, Johor, Lahore, law, lessor, lor, lore, macaw, man-o'-war, maw, mirador, mor, more, mortgagor, Mysore, nevermore, nor, oar, obligor, offshore, onshore, open-jaw, or, ore, outdoor, outwore, paw, poor, pore, pour, rapport, raw, roar, saw, scaur, score, senhor, señor, shaw, ship-to-shore, shop-floor, shore, signor, Singapore, snore, soar, softcore, sore, spore, store, straw, swore, Tagore, tau, taw, thaw, Thor, threescore, tor, tore, torr, trapdoor, tug-of-war, two-by-four, underfloor, underscore, war, warrantor, Waugh, whore, withdraw, wore, yaw, yore, your

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