a definite piece of work assigned to, falling to, or expected of a person; duty.
any piece of work.
a matter of considerable labor or difficulty.
Obsolete. a tax or impost.
verb (used with object)
to subject to severe or excessive labor or exertion; put a strain upon (powers, resources, etc.).
to impose a task on.
Obsolete. to tax.
of or relating to a task or tasks:
A task chart will help organize the department’s work.
take to task, to call to account; blame; censure:
The teacher took them to task for not doing their homework.
a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or chore
an unpleasant or difficult job or duty
any piece of work
take to task, to criticize or reprove
to assign a task to
to subject to severe strain; tax
see: take to task
noun, Computers. 1. a row of buttons on a display screen that are clicked on to start software applications or switch between open applications or active windows. noun 1. a row of selectable buttons and icons typically running along the bottom of a computer screen, displaying information such as the names of running programs taskbar […]
- Task control block
architecture An MVS control block used to communicate information about tasks within an address space that are connected to an MVS subsystem such as MQSeries for MVS/ESA or CICS. FAQ (http://www-4.ibm.com/software/ts/mqseries/library/manuals/csqfao/CSQFAO22.HTM). (2000-12-30)
noun 1. a definite piece of work assigned to, falling to, or expected of a person; duty. 2. any piece of work. 3. a matter of considerable labor or difficulty. 4. Obsolete. a tax or impost. verb (used with object) 5. to subject to severe or excessive labor or exertion; put a strain upon (powers, […]
noun 1. Navy, Military. a temporary grouping of units under one commander, formed for the purpose of carrying out a specific operation or mission. 2. a group or committee, usually of experts or specialists, formed for analyzing, investigating, or solving a specific problem. noun 1. a temporary grouping of military units formed to undertake a […]