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Origin of mission
OTHER WORDS FROM missionmis·sion·al, adjective
Definition for mission (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for mission
This may go some way to explaining why Glenn’s first spaceflight grabbed national attention in a way the two American missions preceding his did not.
Friday’s mission shows the company can get the booster back down to Earth in one piece.Rocket Lab has successfully recovered a booster for the first time|Neel Patel|November 20, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Founded by two Stanford University graduates, Robinhood declares on its website that it is “on a mission to democratize finance for all.”Robinhood asks banks to pitch for potential 2021 IPO|Lee Clifford|November 18, 2020|Fortune
Yet the Crew-1 mission is also a sign of how much the space industry has changed since the first shuttle took off.SpaceX and NASA officially flew people into space. What’s next?|Charlie Wood|November 18, 2020|Popular Science
Four astronauts are cruising to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX capsule in the company’s first regular NASA mission to the International Space Station.
British Dictionary definitions for mission
- a special embassy sent to a foreign country for a specific purpose
- US a permanent legation
- a group of people sent by a religious body, esp a Christian church, to a foreign country to do religious and social work
- the campaign undertaken by such a group
- the work or calling of a missionary
- a building or group of buildings in which missionary work is performed
- the area assigned to a particular missionary