Definición de task en inglés:

task

Silabificación: task

sustantivo

A piece of work to be done or undertaken.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • You are not afraid of taking on difficult tasks or ventures that call for skillful manoeuvres.
  • Children must be at least 13 before they can legally work and even then can only undertake light tasks.
  • The staff could be used weekly or monthly to undertake routine and repetitive tasks.
Sinónimos
job, duty, chore, charge, assignment, detail, mission, engagement, occupation, undertaking, exercise, business, responsibility, burden, endeavor, enterprise, venture

verbo

[with object] (usually be tasked) Volver al principio  
1Assign a piece of work to: NATO troops are tasked with separating the warring parties
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • While Porter heads for the mainland to get the boat repaired, Sandy is tasked with a load of chores.
  • Each student group was tasked with carrying out a market research project and produced a marketing plan for their assigned client company.
  • Now the group, which is tasked with monitoring stop and search use in Lewisham, is planning an educational video so young people are fully aware of their rights.
1.1Make great demands on (someone’s resources or abilities): it tasked his diplomatic skill to effect his departure in safety
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • When tasking your resources, make sure the plan is feasible.

Origen

Middle English: from an Old Northern French variant of Old French tasche, from medieval Latin tasca, alteration of taxa, from Latin taxare 'censure, charge' (see tax). An early sense of the verb was 'impose a tax on'.

Frases

take someone to task

Reprimand or criticize someone severely for a fault or mistake.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We have had this blip and we do not criticise the PTA for taking us to task about it.
  • That is the only reason I can think of to explain why he has not been taken to task more severely by the media.
  • And some critics will then take us to task for flouting ordinary usage.
Sinónimos
rebuke, reprimand, reprove, reproach, remonstrate with, upbraid, scold, berate, castigate, lecture, censure, criticize, admonish, chide, chasten, arraign
informal tell off, bawl out, give someone a dressing-down

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Palabra del día internecine
Pronunciación: ˌɪntəˈniːsʌɪn
adjective
destructive to both sides in a conflict