One, especially an entrepreneur, that undertakes a task or job.(noun)
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Use "undertaker" in a sentence
"Sorry, expecting Jindal to be an undertaker is setting the bar way too high."
"Berlin undertaker Walter Mueller said: Bodies that went into the ground 30 years ago look like they went in last week."
"Scoffing at the suggestion that an undertaker is a "professional man," Chambers said any good plumber could learn how to embalm in sixty days."