Learn English Vocabulary – Embark


Learn vocabulary, embark

What does the word “Embark” mean?

Embark means to begin a journey or undertaking. So, if someone says “I’m embarking on a new project”, they mean that they’re starting a new project.

Here are some example sentences using embark with this meaning:

  • After years of planning and preparation, the explorers finally embarked on their journey to the South Pole.
  • The new CEO embarked on a mission to transform the company and improve its financial performance.
  • The students embarked on a project to design and build a robot for a science competition.

Can you think of any other example sentences using embark?

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