Part of speech:
To bring into practice or use; introduce by first doing or using; start
To bring about; generate or effect:
To set going; initiate:
To cause to have an orderly, functional, or coherent structure:
To start doing, acting, going, etc.; get under way
(Obsolete) To pay the customs of.
To act (something) out, as on a stage:
To celebrate formally the first public use of; dedicate
Ordain is defined as to give someone religious authority, or to order or decree.
To bring into being; create or start:
(Slang) To be excellent or superior:
To prevent the starting, advent, etc. of; preclude
The definition of halt is to hesitate, to put a stop to something or to come to a sudden stop.
To come to an end; stop:
To set up or establish according to law or provision:
To cause to happen
Start is defined as to begin, set out to appear or to move suddenly.
(Intransitive) To come or go near, in place or time; to draw nigh; to advance nearer.
The definition of commence means to begin something.
To go aboard a vessel or aircraft, as at the start of a journey.
To become a participant, member, or part of; join:
(Baseball) To be the first batter of an inning.
To go about the initial step in doing (something)
To undertake is defined as to manage funerals and burials.
A law or body of laws of a church
An administrative act applying or interpreting articles of canon law.
An authoritative command or order.
A rule or direction, as in technical matters
Something that is prescribed; a rule, law, or direction:
Regulation is the act of controlling, or a law, rule or order.
The definition of bring means to carry or to cause to happen.
Plant means to put something in the ground.
(Sports) To modify (one's stance), as in baseball or golf, so that it is open.
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