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embark

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embark/ɪmˈbɑɚk/verb
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/ɪmˈbɑɚk/
verb
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Learner's definition of EMBARK  
[no object]
: to begin a journey especially on a ship or airplane
— opposite debarkdisembark

embark on

[phrasal verb]alsoembark upon
embark on/upon (something) 
: to begin (a journey)
: to begin (something that will take a long time or happen for a long time)

— embarkation

/ˌɛmˌbɑɚˈkeɪʃən/noun,[noncount]
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