Definitions

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  • verb Past participle of undertake

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Examples

  • After Cæsar had undertaken the business (_Cæsar, the business having been undertaken_), he was unwilling to delay longer. [

    Latin for Beginners

  • The power grab this administration has undertaken is against everything a true American believes. bts

    Clinton warns against violent anti-government attitude

  • How it might actually be undertaken is of course an entirely different matter, but the notion itself is by no means misplaced as a topic of discussion if nothing else.

    Calling Out All Galloping Beavers « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • Things Accomplished in Real Life: Important emails/phone calls undertaken; quick jaunt to grocery store for milk and butter; convinced cat that the maintenance man was not going to roast her on a spit; finished sorting tax documentation/paperwork that was begun yesterday, before husband came home and announced the need for immediate hurry.

    Cherie Priest » 2008 » February

  • Things Accomplished in Real Life: Important emails/phone calls undertaken; quick jaunt to grocery store for milk and butter; convinced cat that the maintenance man was not going to roast her on a spit; finished sorting tax documentation/paperwork that was begun yesterday, before husband came home and announced the need for immediate hurry.

    Cherie Priest » Blog Archive » February 20, 2008

  • Things Accomplished in Real Life: Important emails/phone calls undertaken; quick jaunt to grocery store for milk and butter; convinced cat that the maintenance man was not going to roast her on a spit; finished sorting tax documentation/paperwork that was begun yesterday, before husband came home and announced the need for immediate hurry.

    February 20, 2008

  • Also, the mewing episodes are much shorter, and are undertaken from a greater distance.

    » Sweet Sleep Strocel.com

  • They were also among the first to test the improvised but increasingly systematic world order, in which rescue operations are undertaken from the developed world, assisted by a nexus of nongovernmental organizations, and then mutate into semi-permanent administrations.

    The Perils of Partition

  • They were also among the first to test the improvised but increasingly systematic world order, in which rescue operations are undertaken from the developed world, assisted by a nexus of nongovernmental organizations, and then mutate into semi-permanent administrations.

    The Perils of Partition

  • An investigation undertaken from the viewpoint of the effect of its activity has yielded the finding that this is the case to a considerable extent.

    Walter Hess - Nobel Lecture

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