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task /tɑːsk $ tæsk/ noun

ماموریت ، تکلیف ، امرمهم ، وظیفه ، زیاد خسته کردن ، بکاری گماشتن ، تهمت زدن ، تحمیل کردن ، علوم مهندسی: کار ، کامپیوتر: تکلیف ، قانون ـ فقه: وظیفه ، روانشناسی: تکلیف ، بازرگانی: کار ، علوم نظامی: شغل

: task (jf)

علوم دریایی: تکلیف
مهندسی صنایع: فعالیت ، عمل ، وظیفه الکترونیک: وظیفه ، کار ، تکلیف ، کامپیوتر: وظیفه ، فقهی: تکلیف ، وظیفه ، کار ، علوم مهندسی: کار ، وظیفه ، حقوق: ماموریت ، وظیفه ، کار ، تکلیف ، شغل ، علوم نظامی: تکلیف ، روانشناسی: وظیفه ، کار ، اقتصاد: کار، وظیفه ، تکلیف ، امرمهم ، وظیفه ، زیاد خسته کردن ، بکاری گماشتن ، تهمت زدن ، تحمیل کردن کامپیوتر: امر ، تکلیف

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- job, assignment, chore, duty, enterprise, exercise, mission, undertaking
- take to task: criticize, blame, censure, reprimand, reproach, reprove, scold, tell off (informal), upbraid
Contrasted words: child's play, cinch, duck soup, picnic, pipe, sinecure, snap
Related Idioms: a hard (or long) row to hoe
Related Words: enterprise, project, undertaking, errand, labor, toil, work, charge, function, mission, office, province, business, calling, employment, occupation, vocation, burden, onus, strain, tax, bother, headache, nuisance, pain, trouble

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. task1 S2 W1 /tɑːsk $ tæsk/ noun
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old North French; Origin: tasque, from Medieval Latin tasca 'tax or service to be done for a ruler', from taxare 'to tax']

1. [countable] a piece of work that must be done, especially one that is difficult or unpleasant or that must be done regularly Synonym : job
task of
The task of the union representative is to fight on behalf of the members.
Sara had the task of preparing the agenda for meetings.
I was given the task of building a fire.
the skills required to carry out these tasks
He soon realized the scale of the task he had undertaken.
Our first task is to gather information.
Monkeys can be taught to do simple tasks.
They have the unenviable task of supervising the most dangerous prison in the country.
Volunteers had the thankless task of distributing campaign leaflets.
Trying to bring up a small daughter on your own is no easy task.

In everyday English, people usually say job rather than task:
I was given the job of building the fire.

2. take someone to task to strongly criticize somebody for something they have done
take someone to task for
He was taken to task for not reporting the problem earlier.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. task2 AC verb [transitive usually passive]
to give someone the responsibility for doing something
be tasked with (doing) something
We were tasked with completing the job by the end of 2006.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. awesome, challenging, daunting, enormous, formidable, great, Herculean, huge, mammoth, massive, monumental | arduous, demanding, difficult, exacting, exhausting, hard, laborious, onerous, stiff, time-consuming, tough, uphill | dangerous, hazardous | basic, easy, simple, small Translating the letter was no easy task.
menial, mundane, repetitive, tedious | complex, mind-boggling | delicate, tricky | fruitless, hopeless, impossible | daily, day-to-day, routine | central, fundamental, important, main, major, primary, principal The primary task of the chair is to ensure the meeting runs smoothly. | essential, vital | immediate, urgent | enviable, pleasant | thankless, unenviable, unpleasant | administrative, domestic, household, manual | self-appointed, self-imposed
VERB + TASK take on, take upon yourself, undertake Nobody was keen to take on such a thankless task.
approach, get to grips with, tackle How do you tackle a task like that?
carry out, do, fulfil, get on with, perform I left her to get on with the task of correcting the errors.
accomplish, complete, succeed in | cope with | fail in | allocate, assign (sb), delegate, entrust sb with, give sb, set sb She failed to complete the task that she had been set.
be charged with, be faced with, have She was charged with the important task of telling the children.
be engaged in I was engaged in the delicate task of clipping the dog's claws.
help sb with | be suited/unsuited to His thick fingers were not well suited to the task.
TASK + VERB require sth The task requires a variety of skills and experience.
fall to sb The unenviable task of telling my parents fell to the head teacher.
confront sb, face sb The team have no illusions about the size of the task confronting them.
PREP. ~ for a hard task for the committee
~ in one of the first tasks in language learning
PHRASES the task ahead We need to think realistically about the task ahead.
the task in hand We should stop chatting and get back to the task in hand.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


have the task of doing something
He had the task of judging the competition.
carry out/perform/do a task
I don't think we have enough resources to carry out this task.
set/give somebody a task
I was given the task of writing the chairman's speech.
take on/undertake a task
No-one else is willing to take on the task.
assign a task (=give someone a task to do)
People were assigned different tasks.
a task faces somebody
Given the nature of the task facing us, three days might not be enough.
She may argue that the task is impossible.
The children help with simple tasks like carrying in water or logs for the fire.
The task of selecting just five candidates is difficult.
somebody's first/main task
Their first task was to rebuild the wall.
a thankless task (=a difficult but necessary job)
Driving a bus in London must be a pretty thankless task.
a formidable/daunting task (=very difficult)
Achieving these targets will be a formidable task.
an unenviable task (=unpleasant or difficult)
He has the unenviable task of telling hungry people that there is no food.
an arduous task (=needing a lot of effort and hard work)
We began the arduous task of carrying the furniture to the top floor.
something is not an easy task something is no easy task (=something is difficult)
Recruiting experienced people is no easy task nowadays.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: take to task

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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