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Noun
A task or venture with a particular goal in mind
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“Frankly, I don't think so, even if the undertaking should prove risky and difficult.”
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Effort expended towards a particular goal or aim
“To repair the noble structure and to re-lead the roof was a great undertaking.”
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One's job or profession
“Her undertaking as a forensic expert informs and corroborates her photographic work and encompasses both social accountability and personal commitment.”
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A line, area or field of business or work
“Even his chosen undertaking of editing his father's papers gave him no comfort.”
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A deal or transaction between two parties
“It relates to an undertaking between the two Governments, and any complaint of failure to observe the undertaking should be considered.”
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A formal pledge or promise to do something
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“When we made the original deal, we gave an undertaking that we would let the Council see what we are doing.”
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A matter or issue that one is dealing with
“A range of philosophical, cultural and psychological hurdles confront the multi-paradigm researcher, each of which renders it a highly problematic undertaking.”
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An undertaking or course of action taken to achieve a particular aim or goal
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A business, firm or enterprise
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A strategy worked out in advance to achieve a goal
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The carrying out of a plan, order, or course of action
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A test of the performance, qualities, or suitability of someone or something
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The action of taking responsibility
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An legal or formal agreeing to the action, proposals, or terms of another
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The main area of study of a student
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The quality of having a firm determination to do something
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A vigorous struggle or scuffle, typically in order to obtain or achieve something
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The conducting of trade, business or commerce
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A typically complicated or compromising involvement with something
Adjective
Actively engaged in an assigned task, duty or occupation
Verb
Present participle for to accept or commence a given responsibility or engagement
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“To undertake the duties and responsibilities of a platoon sergeant, you are expected to be at the top of your game.”
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(archaic) Present participle for to promise or make a guarantee to do something
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“I undertake that they will not have perished in vain.”
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Present participle for to take the first step into something
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Present participle for to apply oneself to, or start work on, a given task or issue
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Present participle for to attempt (something)
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Present participle for to perform or execute an action or task
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Present participle for to enter into a formal and legally binding agreement
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Present participle for to be able to accomplish
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Present participle for to conduct or devote oneself to
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(engage in) Present participle for to participate or become involved in
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Present participle for to handle or manage many tasks at once
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Present participle for to be bold or daring enough to do something risky or audacious
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Present participle for to experience or live through something
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Present participle for to give assent to and act on a suggestion by another
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Present participle for to become involved or associated with
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Present participle for to administer, implement, or carry out
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Present participle for to settle on a plan of action
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Present participle for to pass a resolution
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Present participle for to catch up with and pass while traveling in the same direction
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Present participle for to enact or establish legally or legislatively
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Present participle for to commence with a predetermined expectation, intention, or purpose
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Present participle for to take action or do something
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