errand definition

  • noun:
    • a quick travel taken fully to perform a specified task, typically for another.
    • The purpose or item of such a visit: Your errand was to mail the page.
    • Archaic A mission; an embassy.
    • Archaic An oral message which has been entrusted to 1.
    • a visit to accomplish a tiny objective or even do a little company (dropping things by, doing documents, going to a friend's residence, etc.)
    • the goal of such travel.
    • An oral message trusted to an individual for distribution.
    • a particular company intrusted to a messenger; some thing becoming told or done-by one sent someplace with the objective; often, a verbal message; a commission. In addition, your purpose in-going anywhere.
    • Any particular task, often of a routine nature, needing some type of travel, typically in your area. An errand is often on the part of someone else, but occasionally for one's very own reasons.
    • A mission.
    • a unique company intrusted to a messenger; a verbal fee or message; a mandate or order; anything to-be informed or done: because, the servant ended up being delivered on an errand; he told their errand; he has got done the errand.
    • a quick travel which taken in the overall performance of a required task or goal
    • A short journey taken up to do a specified task, typically for another.
    • The purpose or object of such a vacation: Your errand was to send the letter.
    • Archaic A mission; an embassy.
    • Archaic An oral message which has been entrusted to a single.
    • a-trip to achieve a tiny mission or even do some business (dropping products by, doing documents, going to a pal's household, etc.)
    • the goal of such journey.
    • An oral message reliable to you for delivery.
    • a unique company intrusted to a messenger; something to-be told or carried out by one sent someplace for the purpose; usually, a verbal message; a commission. Also, your function in going everywhere.
    • Any particular task, typically of a routine nature, needing some type of vacation, generally locally. An errand can be for somebody else, but occasionally for one's very own reasons.
    • A mission.
    • a brief journey taken to perform a specified task, often for another.
    • a particular company intrusted to a messenger; a verbal fee or message; a mandate or order; some thing become informed or done: as, the servant ended up being sent on an errand; he told their errand; he's got done the errand.
    • the reason or item of such a-trip: Your errand was to mail the page.
    • Archaic A mission; an embassy.
    • a quick travel that is consumed the overall performance of a necessary task or objective
    • Archaic An oral message that is entrusted to 1.
    • A trip to achieve a small mission or to do a little business (dropping items by, performing documents, gonna a buddy's household, etc.)
    • the goal of such travel.
    • An oral message trusted to one for delivery.
    • A special business intrusted to a messenger; one thing is informed or done-by one sent somewhere with the aim; often, a verbal message; a commission. Additionally, a person's function in going anywhere.
    • Any particular task, often of a routine nature, requiring some form of travel, generally in your area. An errand is normally on the part of some other person, but often for your own functions.
    • A mission.
    • A special business intrusted to a messenger; a verbal charge or message; a mandate or purchase; anything become informed or done: because, the servant was delivered on an errand; he informed their errand; he has got done the errand.
    • a brief journey which drawn in the overall performance of a necessary task or goal
  • verb:
    • To send someone on an errand.
    • To go on an errand.
    • To send some one on an errand.
    • to be on an errand.
    • To deliver somebody on an errand.
    • to take an errand.
  • others:
    • An obsolete variant of arrant.
    • An obsolete variation of arrant.
    • An obsolete variant of arrant.

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