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tasks, plural;
  1. Assign such a piece of work to
    • - NATO troops are tasked with separating the warring parties
  2. Make great demands on (someone's resources or abilities)
    • - it tasked his diplomatic skill to effect his departure in safety
  1. A piece of work to be done or undertaken

  1. assign a task to; "I tasked him with looking after the children"
  2. undertaking: any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted; "he prepared for great undertakings"
  3. job: a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee; "estimates of the city's loss on that job ranged as high as a million dollars"; "the job of repairing the engine took several hours"; "the endless task of classifying the samples"; "the farmer's morning chores"
  4. tax: use to the limit; "you are taxing my patience"
  5. AtTask, Inc. is a project management software company based in Utah. The firm was founded in 2001.
  6. A task is "an execution path through address space". In other words, a set of program instructions that are loaded in memory. The address registers have been loaded with the initial address of the program. At the next clock cycle, the CPU will start execution, in accord with the program. ...
  7. Task-based language learning (TBLL), also known as task-based language teaching (TBLT) or task-based instruction (TBI) focuses on the use of authentic language and on asking students to do meaningful tasks using the target language. ...
  8. In project management a task is an activity that needs to be accomplished within a defined period of time. An assignment is a task under the responsibility of an assignee which should have a start and end date defined. One or more assignments on a task puts the task under execution. ...
  9. The Task teaching style is an option available to students under Student-Directed Teaching, a progressive teaching technology that aims to give the student a greater sense of ownership in his or her own education.
  10. The Mission: Memory of a Revolution (Der Auftrag: Erinnerungen an eine Revolution), also known as The Task, is a postmodern drama by the (formerly East) German playwright Heiner Müller. The play was written and first published in 1979. ...
  11. A piece of work done as part of one’s duties; A difficult or tedious undertaking; An objective; A process or execution of a program; To assign a task to, or impose a task on
  12. (Tasks (also called activities or actions)) specific steps you will take to achieve the objectives in the grant.
  13. (TASKS) The individual things an actor must do to create a truthful inner and outer character.
  14. (Tasks) A user’s to-do list: on each project, a user’s tasks will be the mail, transmittals and actions that require attention.
  15. (Tasks) An entity type used to track each unit of work that needs to be done as part of a workflow and schedule.  Tasks can be linked to one parent entity in the "Link" field, such as an Asset, Shot, or Sequence. ...
  16. (Tasks) Any assigned activity. Can be created, modified, redefined, and deleted by project managers. Tasks can be any number of types (edit, delete, etc.) and can exist in a variety of states (done, pending, etc.).
  17. (Tasks) Keep workflow organized by assigning tasks to approve, review or update files.
  18. (Tasks) Representation of a computation in the DAX.
  19. (Tasks) The breakdown of the work in an activity into smaller elements.
  20. Ant4Eclipse-Tasks are technically regular Ant tasks, that allow you to read configurations from your Eclipse projects and make them available to your build file via Ant properties, pathes, references etc. ...
  21. Tasks are actions assigned to team members. Project completion depends on completion of all the generated tasks. Creating, reviewing, approving, or publishing assets are typical examples of tasks.
  22. Tasks are units of work which are assigned to the staff. Tasks can be classified according to the type of work being performed. Typical classifications are management, development, and support.
  23. A general term that can refer to a program, process or thread.
  24. An activity, exercise, or question requiring students to solve a specific problem or demonstrate knowledge of specific topics or processes.
  25. Yet another noun turned verb, this one means "to assign." Now go task someone with some deliverables.