Chore – meaning of the word and examples

A job or piece of work that is often boring or unpleasant but needs to be done regularly. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A routine task, especially a household one. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A tedious but necessary task. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A routine task or job. (Merriam – Webster)

A difficult or disagreeable task. (Merriam – Webster)

chore is a task that you must do but that you find unpleasant or boring. (Collins Dictionary)

Chores are tasks such as cleaning, washing, and ironing that have to be done regularly at home. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Chores To Do Around The House.

http://pelninaudu.com/chores-to-do-around-the-house/

Fun English learning site for students.

http://www.theenglishstudent.com/blog/archives/04-2014

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