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From French mission (a sending, a mission), Old French mission (expense), from Latin missiō (a sending, sending away, dispatching, discharging, release, remission, cessation), from mittō (to send).

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Mission

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countable and uncountable; plural missions

Mission (countable and uncountable; plural missions)
  1. (countable) A purpose or duty. A task set by an employer, etc.
  2. (uncountable) Religious evangelism.
  3. (uncountable) (the missions) collective term for third world charities, particularly those which preach as well as provide aid.
  4. (countable) (Catholic tradition) an infrequent gathering of religious believers in a parish, usually part of a larger regional event with a central theme.

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Infinitive
to Mission

Third person singular
Missions

Simple past
Missioned

Past participle
Missioned

Present participle
Missioning

to Mission (third-person singular simple present Missions, present participle Missioning, simple past and past participle Missioned)
  1. (transitive) To send to a mission.

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mission

  1. Genitive singular form of missio.

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Latin missiō

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Mission f. (plural Missions)

  1. mission (duty that involves fulfilling a request)

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From Latin missiō

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  1. expense

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