Embarking [verb]

Definition of Embarking:

get on transportation object

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These questions come up time and again as new lockdown measures are announced, and we have to recalibrate when things will be safe enough to embark on a new normal.

After graduating in 1981, she became one of the first women at the McKinsey office in London and then, curious to understand why some organizations resisted change, embarked upon a PhD in business economics at Harvard.

Selected fellows will embark on three-year partnerships with ProPublica, as they report from their local newsrooms.

It was a moment of reckoning nearly 10 years after Maine embarked on its public defense experiment.

Add to that the transformational change the oil and gas sector, particularly in Europe, is embarking on.

Firstly, students upon enrollment embark on two-week learning expeditions, exploring the answers to broad questions like “how do we recreate an alien species.”

In this excerpt from The Man Who Ate Too Much, Beard embarks on a cookbook-planning trip through the American West, including his hometown of Portland, Oregon, with new friend and collaborator Helen Evans Brown and her husband, Philip.

Travelers embarking on Beaufort will make their first stop at the 50-acre Penn Center.

This is real-time feedback as the government embarks on a gigantic program of public spending.

Starting in 2012, HSBC embarked on a multiyear journey to overhaul its ability to combat financial crime across more than 60 jurisdictions.