59 synonyms found


[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.

Quotes for Undertake:

  1. However much may sympathize a small nation confronted by a big and powerful in all circumstances undertake to involve whole British Empire in a war simply on account. Neville Chamberlain.
  2. Laws undertake to punish only overt acts. Charles de Montesquieu.
  3. is who must be encouraged to undertake unprecedented- and unprecedentedly profitable- effort to prevent annihilation of human race. L. Neil Smith.

Idioms of Undertake:

  1. undertake to do sth;