Idioms about task
Origin of task
synonym study for task
OTHER WORDS FROM tasktaskless, adjectivesubtask, nounun·tasked, adjective
How to use task in a sentence
Republican political operative Karl Rove has been tasked with coordinating funds for his party’s candidates.
I ran the MacBook Air through the popular benchmarking software, Geekbench 5, which puts computers through a standardized set of computing tasks and spits out a score to help compare one machine to another.Apple’s M1 chip makes the new MacBook Air shockingly good|Stan Horaczek|November 18, 2020|Popular-Science
The fictional series features a budding sexual relationship between rebellious fashion designer Malcolm, played by Jackson, and a no-nonsense fashion editor, Nina, who is tasked with interviewing him.‘Insecure’ Star Sarunas J. Jackson Launches Erotic Audio Series|Joe Colucci|November 11, 2020|Essence.com
They have discrete sections that are dedicated to different tasks.
The report also found that Pelletier and his staff of three devote too much time to administrative tasks rather than the quality of services provided to clients.Maine Governor Won’t Fund Reforms for Public Defense Agency Without Accountability|by Samantha Hogan, The Maine Monitor|November 11, 2020|ProPublica
Her time at the DNC appears to have been a multi-tasking experience.Anna Wintour Hires From Within Democratic National Committee|Misty White Sidell|April 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In Rounders, John Malkovich threw himself into the tasking of speaking in a 24-inch thick Russian immigrant tongue.
No doubt it is difficult to be patient where there is no time; and what with our contemporary over-tasking, there is no time.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross
The mountaineers lived on grizzly bears—food which it was impossible to seize without tasking their energies to the utmost.The Library and Society|Various
Dorcas stepped forward with the light obedience given to happy tasking.Meadow Grass|Alice Brown
When the fearful visitor did appear, Hiram bitterly regretted tasking his brain so severely.
I became discouraged, though, when I found that I remained as fat as ever; and began tasking my brain for some other expedient.A Grandmother's Recollections|Ella Rodman
British Dictionary definitions for task
Derived forms of tasktasker, nountaskless, adjective
Word Origin for task
Other Idioms and Phrases with task
see take to task.