embark on/upon

[ɪmˈbɑːk ɒn]

Meaning

  • to begin a new or important and difficult activity;
  • to begin a trip aboard a ship.

Examples 👇

Orange Selectboard candidates embark on motorcade through town. Athol Daily News

Councillor Ian Donnell has stood down from Preston City Council to embark on a new career as a doctor. Lancashire Post

Pedalling on hope, migrant workers in Tamil Nadu embark on a 1,500 km journey amid COVID-19 lockdown. The New Indian Express

CONSTRUCTION experts will embark on a major refurbishment work at a historic estate dating back to the 1490s in London. Gazette

Embark on a virtual adventure to the land down under and discover some of the best experiences that Australia has to offer. Daily Hive

If you're ready to embark on this journey, implement a strategy to discover what works in the following areas. fingerlakes1.com

Klopp turned down national team job to embark on Liverpool adventure. Teamtalk.com

But Sam Smith appeared to be in much better spirits as they embarked on their daily exercise in London on Saturday. Daily Mail

Sunvil staff have embarked on a fundraising challenge in memory of their colleague Ismet Emin who died after contracting coronavirus. Travel Weekly UK