undertaken

All Verb
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  • More public works were undertaken to give the city the appearance it has today.
  • The last long training run might be undertaken up to two weeks prior to the event.
  • It was the largest private building project ever undertaken in modern times.
  • This was the first time that such a process had been undertaken.
  • Further activities supporting development of culture are undertaken at local government level.
  • He claims to be the only Roman ever to have undertaken such a work.
  • Due to current and expected regional growth, several large construction projects have been or will be undertaken.
  • This is the largest and longest project that she has undertaken so far.
  • In other cases, there are several steps that must be undertaken to receive court-ordered child support.
  • The massive project became the largest urban construction project ever undertaken in American history.
  • She took the view that building a model was to be undertaken only after enough of the structure was known.
  • This was the first clear example of land development undertaken by a Pope within his own territory.
  • Like poetry itself, poetry analysis can take many forms, and be undertaken for many different reasons.
  • However, a considerable amount of work is undertaken to maintain the route.
  • On introduction, the scheme was the largest ever undertaken by a capital city.
  • Many of these rights include specific actions which must be undertaken to realise them.
  • However, it was undertaken on so large a scale as to make it impossible for them to complete it.
  • Regular community arts projects and work with local schools are undertaken to reach and develop new audiences.
  • Generally, a business includes only those activities undertaken for profit.
  • Extensive research has been undertaken into both their physical characteristics and possible technological applications.
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Root form of undertaken is undertake for the verb.

Meaning of undertaken

  • verb Enter upon an activity or enterprise
  • verb Accept as a challenge
    I'll tackle this difficult task
  • verb Promise to do or accomplish
    guarantee to free the prisoners
  • verb Accept as a charge