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Synonyms for chore

Synonyms for chore

a piece of work that has been assigned

a difficult or tedious undertaking

Synonyms for chore

a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee

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In fact, mealtimes emerged as the biggest chore overall for women - serving up meals was second in the list of tasks (79 per cent), followed by prepping and cooking meals (78 per cent).
Process and Problems : According to the Survey, washing the dishes is among America's least favorite chores, and is a process that the majority of people (72%) wish were easier.
The first chore I do at home is put my dirty clothes in the laundry room and then my mom washes it for me.
Make a family charter on household chores where things are more evenly divided
25 per chore - while boys get a whopping (relatively) PS1.
Pocket money savings website PktMny analysed more than 3,800 household chores and tasks from its system undertaken by boys and girls between the ages of eight and 18.
Galovan and his Brigham Young University and Utah State University colleagues surveyed 160 heterosexual couples to see how the parents divided household responsibilities and how those chores affected the husbands' and wives' relationships.
And while most people are avoiding chores by making tea, eating or smoking, I do the chores to avoid work.
Pauline, who is busy running her own firm Skylark PR, admitted she and Tom were falling out over the chores - until they came up with a new a point I'd had I was having system 18 months ago.
I have a lot of chores to do over the weekend, too, before I get to play with my friend, Brittany.
ESME, Sutton Coldfield A There's an incompatibility between your outlooks to life that is a lot more fundamental than when the chores get done, Esme.
The simple story follows a young girl from her awakening at dawn, when she sees the mountains shine pink and gold in the new sun, through her morning chores, going to school, after school chores and babysitting her brother, evening meal and finally going to bed, imagining blessings on her family friends, animals, and village.
In this book you see children doing indoor chores such as caring for pets, cleaning their rooms and preparing meals, as well as outdoor chores such as raking leaves and sorting materials for recycling.
But military families with one parent who may be deployed and one child who has special needs may be more motivated than most to find creative ways to engage children in day-to-day chores.
I tried making a chores rota, but he just won't stick to it.