View definitions for undertake
verb as in attempt, engage in
We undertook extra mechanical checks which we believed had resolved the issue and informed the supplier.
Scientists around the world are currently undertaking one of the fastest vaccine-development programs in history, trying to get the novel coronavirus under control as quickly as humanly possible.
Everyone should also remember that in our daily lives, each of us undertakes activities that pose at least a little risk to others.
In it, 1,000 subjects undertook a three-month exercise program to see whether it would lower their blood pressure.
NASA and Boeing subsequently undertook a comprehensive review of Boeing’s software development program, as well as the agency’s own practices surrounding the public-private partnership, and determined a number of corrective actions.
(1) Only charities and non-profits should ask for unpaid workers to staff their operations or undertake time-consuming projects.
“However, it is still unclear to me if the U.S. and its allies are prepared to undertake such a comprehensive approach,” he says.
His gun is available to anyone willing to undertake a few minutes of Internet research.
Pronouncing illegality, governments will often undertake demolitions of slum houses.
She will be remembered as a strong leader and a person willing to undertake difficult tasks to achieve long-term objectives.
We are ourselves satisfied, and undertake to demonstrate to our readers, that this question must be answered in the affirmative.
He thus probably acquired sufficient confidence to undertake and perform the operation himself.
The work which he gives countenance to some to undertake, according to his own good pleasure, he commits to others.
Passage over it is often one of the most difficult feats to accomplish which the Alpine explorer has to undertake.
Be sure, before you accept any invitation to play, that you know perfectly the piece you undertake.
On this page you'll find 130 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to undertake, such as: begin, commence, guarantee, initiate, launch, and offer.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.