Homework vs Housechores - What's the difference?

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  • Work that is done at home, especially school exercises set by a teacher.
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  • Preliminary or preparatory work, such as research.
  • Usage notes

    The term is generally used to refer to primary or secondary school assignments as opposed to college-level coursework.

    See also

    * busy work * schoolwork


    Not English

    Housechores has no English definition. It may be misspelled.

    English words similar to 'housechores':

    housecarls, hexagrammes, hogsuckers