Definition of 'chore'
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Success on the pitch also means he no longer has to do the chores at home. The Sun (2016)Back in the house, we share chores. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ice cubes come in handy for a range of household chores, too. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Employees already deliver meals and the service is also planning to train its workers to help disabled or elderly people with cooking and other household chores. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Use that'magic hour' to polish off domestic chores that might otherwise have filled your day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Specific issues are turning out to be a real chore. The Sun (2015)You can use the same approach to share out the household chores. The Sun (2015)It is not true that domestic chores are shared. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Now they were home with chores and homework to catch up on. Christianity Today (2000)Work out a fair share of chores with your boyfriend. The Sun (2013)It was a real chore getting through all the security. The Sun (2006)It might not seem like such a chore but rather something you look forward to. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Women still do most of the household chores. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We cooked and cleaned and shared the chores. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Timbuktu passed only because two women have a conversation about household chores. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But hiring something doesn't necessarily lead to a boring chore. The Sun (2009)Why do you feel you have to push yourself to the limit when doing simple domestic chores or seeing to basic practical matters? The Sun (2015)Choosing the perfect gift becomes a much-loved challenge rather than a chore. The Sun (2015)Should become the Uber for domestic chores. The Sun (2015)Petty, mundane chores and tasks you need to catch up on take up most of your time today. The Sun (2015)We try to make our presentations so compelling that they are a highlight of their day rather than just another boring chore they have to do. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Blitz those boring chores now. The Sun (2009)Try to identify tasks or chores that you get caught up in but you don't really want or need to do. The Sun (2010)I have to really tense up to get to that peak of excitement and it's a real chore sometimes. The Sun (2008)He said that the creators now want to improve the robot's intelligence and ability to learn so that it can perform household chores and other tasks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Employees, for example, often express doubts about their accuracy and supervisors view them as unpleasant and burdensome chores. Human Resource Management in Government (1995)
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