chore collocations and examples

 UK /tʃɔː(r)/

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a small, ordinary job that you have to do regularly

Adjectives frequently used with chore
ordinary: daily, day-to-day, everyday, routineWe recommend some low-cost gadgets which will help you with day-to-day chores.unpleasant and boring: menial, mind-numbing, monotonous, mundane, tedious, tiresomeRevision was a slow and tedious chore, and I never enjoyed it.types of chore: administrative, bureaucratic, domestic, householdIroning is one of those household chores that most of us hate.
Verbs frequently used with chore
do, perform, undertakeThe domestic servant would perform chores around the house – dusting, cooking and cleaning.
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