Part of speech:
To gain or obtain access to.
To begin a journey
To subject to a condition or process:
To put or introduce into the body of something; interpolate:
To institute is defined as to start, establish or set up.
To set down in writing:
To announce by or as if by posters:
Pierce is defined as to make a hole in, to stab, or to go through.
To record something.
To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
To mark or engrave (a surface) with words or letters.
The definition of initiate is to cause something to begin or to introduce someone to some subject, topic or group.
(Obsolete) To defeat; invalidate.
To send soldiers through gaps in the enemy line.
To advance over or press upon something:
To enroll oneself or become enrolled; register; enlist; become a member
To trespass or intrude (on or upon the rights, property, etc. of another), esp. in a gradual or sneaking way
To be caused; result
To come first in (a series, for instance):
The definition of appear is to show up or become capable of being seen.
To give support, sanction, or approval; consent or agree (to)
To remove obstructions from; clear:
To enter or appear in a manner regarded as disruptive, inappropriate, or unwelcome
To penetrate is to pass into or through something.
To enter and proliferate in bodily tissue, as a pathogen:
Undertake means to start something or agree to do something.
To set or thrust (a self-propelled craft or projectile) in motion:
To open or begin use of formally with a ceremony; dedicate:
To begin; start; originate
Approach means to move close to something.
To join is defined as to bring or connect together or to become part of something that already exists.
To fail to fulfill; cancel:
To banish from one's thoughts:
To prevent the flow or passage of:
To move back; go away; retreat
To go away from; leave:
To go out
To set out or depart; go:
To be discarded or abolished:
To cover with list, or with strips of cloth; to put list on; to stripe as if with list.
To bear something in mind or call something back to mind
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.
An illegal act committed against another’s person or property; especially entering upon another’s land without the owner’s permission. In common law, a legal suit for injuries resulting from an instance of the first definition. To enter upon property without permission, either actual or constructive.
To bring or add as a new feature into some action, composition, etc.
To remove (recorded material) from a magnetic tape or other storage medium:
To remove from a document or record:
(Intransitive) To become a party to an agreement or a treaty.
To come to understand.
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