embark on

VERB
  1. get off the ground
    I start my day with a good breakfast
    We embarked on an exciting enterprise
    The afternoon session begins at 4 PM
    We began the new semester
    Who started this company?
    The blood shed started when the partisans launched a surprise attack
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How To Use embark on In A Sentence

  • The government will now embark on a period of public consultation. Times, Sunday Times
  • Never embark on what comes after without having mastered what goes before. 
  • Never embark on what comes after without having mastered what goes before. 
  • They would embark on a new initiative to further develop localised bus services, particularly in rural areas.
  • Accordingly, Wilson refused to take on any “mandate,” such as the Armenian territories of Turkey that had been victim of widespread massacres, or embark on an invasion of Russia to assist the anti-Bolshevik forces that were battling communist troops there. Shaping the World at Versailles: A Q&A With the Author of A Shattered Peace - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com
  • My teenage son is preparing to embark on referee training. Times, Sunday Times
  • Through self-reliance and self-discipline, the child is inspired to embark on a voyage of self-discovery.
  • This can be the deciding factor as to whether someone should embark on a course of therapy at all!
  • In the town of Sardis, within the satrapy of Lydia, the young philosopher-warrior Xenophon is about to embark on a most historic mission. 2010 April 10 « The BookBanter Blog
  • By then it is hoped no hunts will have to embark on the pursuit of a smelly sock. Times, Sunday Times
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