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[ˌʌndətˈe͡ɪk], [ˌʌndətˈe‍ɪk], [ˌʌ_n_d_ə_t_ˈeɪ_k]


begin (verb)

begin, birth, bud, commence, conceive, create, dawn, develop, embark, emerge, form, germinate, hatch, inaugurate, induct, initialize, initiate, introduce, originate, prepare, spring, sprout, start, stem.

endeavor (verb)

act, aim, approach, assay, attempt, commit, contract, endeavor, engage, exploit, maneuver, perform, proceed, venture, volunteer.

pursue (verb)

aspire, chase, dog, follow, harry, hunt, intend, pursue, quest, search, seek, sleuth, stalk, strive, tail, track, trail.

venture (verb)

campaign, do, scheme.

Other synonyms

Endeavour, Handsel, abbreviate, abridge, accede, accept, accept obligation, acknowledge, acquiesce, acquire, address, address oneself, address oneself to, adhere to, admit, adopt, affect, affirm, agree, agree to, agree to bear, air, answer for, apply, apply oneself to, apprentice oneself to, appropriate, arrogate, assert, asseverate, assume, assure, attack, attain, attend to, attest to, aver, avow, bargain, bargain for, be answerable for, be occupied, be responsible for, be security for, bear, betake oneself to, betroth, bind, bind oneself, break cover, break ground, break the ice, buckle to, carry on, carry on with, catch, certify, chance, charter, commit oneself, compact, compress, concentrate, concern oneself with, conclude, condense, conduct, confront, consent, consider, constrict, contend in, contend with, continue, cope with, covenant, cross one's heart, cultivate, cut, dare, deal with, decide, declare, depose, determination, determine, devote, devote oneself to, dispense, dive into, do a deal, do one's best, dwindle, earn, embark in, embark on, embark upon, embrace, employ, employ oneself in, employ oneself upon, encounter, endure, engage in, enrol, ensure, enter, enter a profession, enter into, enter on, enter upon, espouse, essay, exercise, exert oneself, face, fall, fall into, fall to, fee, fit, fix, foreshorten, form an engagement, gain, get, get busy, get cracking, get going, get moving, get off, get ready, get the show on the road, get to work, get under way, get with it, give a promise, give a shot, give credit, give one's honor, give one's word, give troth, go, go about, go at, go bail for, go for, go in for, go into, go out for, go to it, go upon, grapple with, grip, guarantee, guaranty, handle, harness, have a hand in, have a try, have an understanding, have at, hazard, hop to it, hope, incur, insist, institute, insure, join, jump to it, kick off, launch, launch forth, launch into, lay about, lead, lead off, lease, lift a finger, light into, look after, look to, maintain, make, make a deal, make a run at, make an attempt, make an effort, make an engagement, make certain, make ready, make smaller, make sure, manage, meet, move, move into, move it, narrow, obligate, occupy, occupy oneself in, occupy oneself with, offer, open, open fire, open the ball, organize, pare, partake in, participate, pass, pass credit, pass one's honor, pass one's word, pass troth, pay attention to, pay heed to, persevere in, persist in, pitch in, pitch into, play, pledge, pledge credit, pledge one's honor, pledge one's word, pledge oneself, pledge troth, plight credit, plight faith, plight one's honor, plight one's word, plight troth, plunge into, practice, practise, practises, press, presume, pretend, proceed to, proceed with, promise, prosecute, recruit, reduce, resolve, sail into, secure, see, see about, see to, set, set about, set at, set forward, set going, set in motion, set out, set out on, set to, set to work, set up, settle, shake hands on, shorten, shoulder, shrink, sign, sign on, sign up, solemnly affirm, solemnly state, sort out, specialize in, squeeze, stake, stand back of, stand behind, start in, start off, start out, start up, stay with, stick with, stipulate, struggle, subvention, suffer, support, swear, swear to, tackle, take, take a crack at, take an oath, take care of, take charge of, take in, take in charge, take on, take over, take part, take part in, take steps, take the plunge, take the vows, take to, take up, take upon, take upon oneself, test, testify, think about, tie oneself, trace, try, try hand at, try on, try out, turn to, underwrite, use, ventilate, venture on, venture upon, vouch, vouch for, vouchsafe, vow, wade into, wage, warrant, warranty, work at.

Quotes for Undertake:

  1. However much we may sympathize with a small nation confronted by a big and powerful neighbours, we cannot in all circumstances undertake to involve the whole British Empire in a war simply on her account. Neville Chamberlain.
  2. Laws undertake to punish only overt acts. Charles de Montesquieu.
  3. It is individuals who must be encouraged to undertake the unprecedented- and unprecedentedly profitable- effort to prevent the annihilation of the human race. L. Neil Smith.

Idioms of Undertake:

  1. undertake to do sth;