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Definition of "embark on" []

  • Get off the ground (verb)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "embark on" in a sentence
  • "Regardless of how you choose to embark on your own Rinnavation, the root cause is always the sameyou acknowledge that something is a little or a lot off in your life, and you resolve to do something to start pulling yourself up out of the rut."
  • "It is my hope that you will embark on the five-step path to ignite your great potential and manifest your own masterpiece for the benefit of yourself, your family, and your larger family, humanity."
  • "As we are about to embark on this exciting journey into new time zones, your travel guides, Phil Zimbardo and John Boyd, would like to give you some background on why and how we got interested in studying time and how our discoveries have come to influence much of what we do in our lives."