[ta:sk; (-) tæsk]
- n.任务,作业 v.分派任务
- The children scrambled out of the hollow tree.
- 任务的困难程度超过我们的想像, 确实难以置信
- The task proved inconceivably more difficult than we had imagined.
- His abilities are incommensurate to the task.
- He allocated each of us our tasks/allocated tasks to each of us.
- He always shirks the unpleasant tasks.
- The army's task was the restoration of public order.
- He apportioned the members of the team their various tasks.
- He was able to cast off such an uninteresting task.
- He is intent on his task.
- He is a lazy fellow; he's trying to get the task off his hands.
- How they laid about them to fulfill the task!
- He had only an imperfect understanding of his task.
- Everywhere people were busy, bustling about their tasks.
- A soldier assigned to attend a superior officer and perform various tasks.
- A type of symbiosis, as among certain ants, in which one species is dominant and makes the members of another species perform the tasks required for their mutual survival.