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To induct (an official) into office with a formal ceremony
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  1. To induct (an official) into office with a formal ceremony
  2. To celebrate formally the first public use of; dedicate
  3. To open or begin use of formally with a ceremony; dedicate:
To go out, leave.
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  1. To go out, leave.
  2. To start an activity with the intention of finishing it.
  3. To explain something, or give exact details, usually in writing.
In real property, to pass upon or into; of litigation, to file or present to the court—for example, to enter an appearance into the record; of a contract, to enter into it means to sign or execute it. In real property, to pass upon or into; of litigation, to file or present to the court—for example, to enter an appearance into the record; of a contract, to enter into it means to sign or execute it.
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  1. In real property, to pass upon or into; of litigation, to file or present to the court—for example, to enter an appearance into the record; of a contract, to enter into it means to sign or execute it. In real property, to pass upon or into; of litigation, to file or present to the court—for example, to enter an appearance into the record; of a contract, to enter into it means to sign or execute it.
  2. To start upon; begin
  3. To go to or occupy in order to claim possession of (land).
To establish or invest (someone) in an office or position.
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  1. To establish or invest (someone) in an office or position.
  2. To start; initiate
  3. To set up; establish; found; introduce
(Now Chiefly Dial.) To cause to start, or move involuntarily; startle
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  1. (Now Chiefly Dial.) To cause to start, or move involuntarily; startle
  2. To found; establish:
  3. To set into motion, operation, or activity:
To come near or nearer, as in space or time:
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  1. To come near or nearer, as in space or time:
  2. To begin dealing with
  3. To begin to deal with or work on:
To do or accomplish something in the least degree. Used in the negative with an infinitive:
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  1. To do or accomplish something in the least degree. Used in the negative with an infinitive:
  2. To take the first step in doing; start:
  3. To cause to start; set about; commence
To enter upon or have a beginning; start.
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  1. To enter upon or have a beginning; start.
  2. To begin; start; originate
To bring into practice or use; introduce by first doing or using; start
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  1. To bring into practice or use; introduce by first doing or using; start
  2. To teach the fundamentals of some subject to; help to begin doing something
  3. To set going by taking the first step; begin:
To send out; to start (one) on a career; to set going; to give a start to (something); to put in operation.
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  1. To send out; to start (one) on a career; to set going; to give a start to (something); to put in operation.
  2. To give (someone) a start, as in a career or vocation.
  3. To start (a person) on some course or career
(Baseball) To be the first batter of an inning.
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  1. (Baseball) To be the first batter of an inning.
To move apart or unfold so that the inner parts are displayed; spread out:
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  1. To move apart or unfold so that the inner parts are displayed; spread out:
  2. To undo, recall, or set aside (a judgment, settlement, etc.), so as to leave the matter open to further action
  3. To begin; start
To go out, leave.
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  1. To go out, leave.
  2. To start an activity with the intention of finishing it.
  3. To explain something, or give exact details, usually in writing.
To found; establish:
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  1. To found; establish:
  2. (Now Chiefly Dial.) To cause to start, or move involuntarily; startle
  3. To set into motion, operation, or activity:
To implement, to employ, to put into use.
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  1. To implement, to employ, to put into use.
  2. To occupy; to consume (space or time).
  3. (With on) To accept (a proposal, offer, request, etc.) from.
To deliberately begin to do (something):
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  1. To deliberately begin to do (something):
  2. To give a promise or pledge that; contract
  3. To take upon oneself; to start, to embark on (a specific task etc.).
Find another word for embark. In this page you can discover 30 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for embark, like: inaugurate, set out, enter, get off, institute, leave port, set-sail, start, begin, board and leave.