What is another word for Undertakings?

Pronunciation: [ˌʌndətˈe͡ɪkɪŋz] (IPA)

Undertakings are a broad term used to describe various tasks or activities that a person or organization may undertake. Synonyms for undertakings include projects, endeavors, ventures, initiatives, operations, missions, tasks, and assignments. Each of these synonyms refers to a distinct type of undertaking, such as a large-scale project, a new business venture, a specific initiative, or a routine task. While some undertakings are simple and straightforward, others may be complex and require careful planning, organization, and execution. Regardless of their size or complexity, undertakings are an essential part of life and business, requiring dedication, hard work, and a commitment to achieving one's goals.

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Usage examples for Undertakings

Then in 1887 they added a fresh plank to their platform, and asked for the establishment by municipalities, on public money or credit, of productive associations to be owned-not, like the other Undertakings, by the municipality, but-by the working men employed in them.
"Contemporary Socialism"
John Rae
Mr. Gallenga says that for six months of the year Italy is a national workshop; everybody is out of employment, and has to get work from the State; and he states as the reason for this, that the employing class wants enterprise and ability, and are apt to look to the Government for any profitable Undertakings.
"Contemporary Socialism"
John Rae
The plans of labour courts and of State credit to approved co-operative Undertakings are far from the socialist schemes of the abolition of private property in the instruments of production, and the systematic regulation of all industry by the State; and they afford no fair ground for the fear, which many persons of ability entertain, of "an alliance"-to use Bismarck's phrase-"between the black International and the red."
"Contemporary Socialism"
John Rae

Related words: underhanded, bottom line, ulterior motive, vested interest, subversive

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