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rota in Conditions of employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrotaro‧ta /ˈrəʊtə $ ˈroʊ-/ noun [countable]  British EnglishBECLIST a list that shows when each person in a group must do a particular job syn roster a cleaning rota
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rotaThese people would undertake to read a daily service and carry out a rota of chores.We could certainly do with a rota of people to man the museum and more volunteers to put on it.Finally, many thanks to the parents and all the other folk who helped us by being part of the duty rota.Execution rota is a duty that I dread.Heads of departments can forecast their purchase requirements and plan the labour and holiday rotas.A new rota was issued to committee members. 2.The phone rota was redrawn so that the week was divided between five, not six.Loi began the rota, partly because he insisted but also because he at least knew how to control our two cookers.