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undertake
,əndər'teɪk
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Enter into a contractual arrangement.
  2. Promise to do or accomplish.
  3. Enter upon an activity or enterprise.
  4. Accept as a charge.
  5. Accept as a challenge.
Hyphenationun•der•take
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
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从事cóngshìto go for; to engage in; to undertake; to deal with; to handle; to do
承担chéngdānto undertake; to assume (responsibility etc)
同意tóngyìto agree; to consent; to approve
接受jiēshòuto accept; to receive
承做chéngzuòto undertake; to take on (i.e. to accept a task)
担承dānchéngto undertake; to assume (responsibility etc)
进行到jìnxíng dàoto undertake
承办chéngbànto undertake; to accept a contract
dānto undertake; to carry; to shoulder; to take responsibility
营办yíngbànto handle; to undertake; to run (a business); to administer
进行了jìnxíng leto begin; to undertake
承包chéngbāoto contract; to undertake (a job)
chéngto bear; to carry; to hold; to continue; to undertake; to take charge; owing to; due to; to receive; (Chinese surname); Cheng (c. 2000 BC), third of the legendary Flame Emperors 炎帝 descended from Shennong 神农 Farmer God
(same as ) to arrive, from; by; through, to manage; to undertake, to follow, thin; few, distant, idle
yáo(ancient form of ) to sing a ballad; rumor; slander; a false report; from; to follow; to undertake; to attend to
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