Commenced [verb]

Definition of Commenced:

start action

Opposite/Antonyms of Commenced:

Sentence/Example of Commenced:

With just under 200 days until the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics are due to commence on July 23, a prolonged lockdown in Tokyo threatens to scupper Japan’s Olympic dreams entirely.

Her death sparked a social media backlash against Pinduoduo and the relentless working schedules expected of its workers, prompting district officials at the Shanghai Municipal Human Resources and Social Security Bureau to commence an investigation.

There was widespread mask-wearing and far fewer legislators and guests in the chamber than usual, an unimaginable tableau when the last Congress commenced two years ago, before the pandemic struck.

As the core lab commenced production on Building 23’s top floor, it sent Lindstrom a portion of each batch for quality-control vetting.

The true test of the vaccine supply chain will come when vaccine vials start heading to hospitals, which could commence within days.

After the season commenced that year he had to apologize for cursing out Brooks, which resulted in a fine, and not appearing to be the leader he should have been.

The administrators have therefore regretfully concluded that they should commence a wind-down of Debenhams UK, whilst continuing to seek offers for all or parts of the business.

The proceedings of the day commenced with divine service, performed by Unitarian and Baptist ministers.

The embankment or road-bed was commenced by gigantic piling, and is very broad and substantial.

Three days before these tempests commenced they sighted the capitana, but never saw her again.