embark  

  • Pronunciation of embark: EH0 M B AA1 R K (ɛm'bɑrk)

  • Number of syllables of embark: 2

  • Pronunciation Video of embark

  • Definition of embark

    • (v): set out on (an enterprise, subject of study, etc.); "she embarked upon a new career"  
    • (v): go on board  
    • (v): proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers; "We ventured into the world of high-tech and bought a supercomputer"  
  • Examples of embark

    • Daniel Cummings was the next to embark in the mercantile trade.  
    • The band will embark on two tours to support the release of the album.  
    • Then, they can embark again to complete the remaining part of the itinerary.  
    • The Doctor and Barbara watch the Incursion Squad embark and dematerialise.  
    • Sally ports had been cut in the hull to allow the men to embark via gangways.  
    • The vessel can also embark the navalised variant of the indigenous HAL Dhruv.  
    • This forced the party to embark in the famous long march.  
    • The two embark on a torrid affair, and soon fall passionately in love.  
    • The students embark upon a secretive plan to stage a bacchanal.  
    • They embark on a secret sexual relationship.  

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