cho lên tàu (lính, hàng...) ((từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) (cũng) imbark)
nội động từ
(+ in, upon) lao vào, dấn mình vào, bắt tay vào (công việc gì...) ((từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) (cũng) imbark)
embarks|embarked|embarkingɪm'bɑːk verb +go on board +set out on (an enterprise or subject of study) +proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers
1 board, go aboard; entrain; emplane or enplane:
We embarked and the ship sailed.
2Often, embark on. commence, begin, enter (upon), initiate, launch, start, go into, set about, take up or on, engage in, assume, tackle:
He will embark on the new enterprise next month.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb to get onto a ship; to put sth onto a ship: [V] We stood on the pier and watched as they embarked. +[VN] They embarked the troops by night. Antonym: DISEMBARK embarkation noun [U, C]: Embarkation will be at 14: 20 hours. Phrasal Verbs: embark on / upon sth to start to do sth new or difficult: She is about to embark on a diplomatic career. + Remember these basic rules before embarking upon major home improvements.
Collocation Dictionary verb
immediately | seriously
some advice for anyone seriously embarking on a career in the music business
VERB + EMBARK
be about to, be ready to
She was now ready to embark on her adventure.
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