صعد, صعد إلى, باشر مشروع, ركب متن سفينة, باشر عملا
Verb(1) go on board(2) set out on (an enterprise or subject of study(3) proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers
(1) The host mother ship is notified and called to a port to embark the eleven-strong rescue team of specialist divers and technical officers together with the rescue submersible and its associated equipment.(2) The couple's claim was that the liner should have taken ├ö├ç├┐all reasonable steps to embark passengers reasonably late returning.├ö├ç├û(3) At the start of the deployment, HMS Invincible will embark both FA2 Sea Harrier fighters and RAF Ground attack aircraft as well as her Sea King helicopters.(4) But the Pacific purpose for which they were created involves the capacity to embark an army battalion, to operate three helicopters from the flight deck and carry four other helicopters.(5) Just at the moment Spartacus expects to embark his army and followers aboard the Silesian ships, news of betrayal and of Roman armies converging on his position causes Spartacus to radically revise his plans.(6) As soon as the ship started to float again we re-embarked and with night starting to fall we moored alongside a ship ready to embark lorries to be landed in the early hours of the next day.(7) Most guys who are embarking on a new mission begin with one fundamental question: When do we eat?(8) The CTOL type would appear to offer a number of advantages, especially in terms of the range of aircraft that can be embarked .(9) He said prospective students should think long and hard before embarking on an expensive course.(10) The commuters' nightmare began at York station on Wednesday when Leeds-bound passengers embarked for the 12.46 pm train - and soon discovered they were going nowhere.(11) For example, states realize that they cannot achieve their goals in areas such as trade or environment, unless all other states also embark upon a particular course of action.(12) We landed on our ship, refueled and embarked a rescue swimmer.(13) From February onward army and blackshirt militia units mobilized and embarked for the long journey through the Suez Canal to Eritrea and Somalia.(14) By coincidence John Shimer was also in Southampton, on the gang plank, only feet away from the ├ö├ç├┐Two Millionth Yank├ö├ç├û, who embarked for France on January 16, 1945.(15) This period will cover Exercise Allied Action 05, for which Admiral Cooke and SFN Staff will be embarked in the command ship USS Mount Whitney off the Mediterranean coast of Spain.(16) It is a necessary reminder: when The Iliad opens, Troy and Greece have already been at war for ten years; mere youths when some of the best fighters first embarked for Troy, they have come of age on blade and blood.
(1) embark on :: الشروع في
(2) embark upon :: الشروع
1. board ship ::
2. begin ::
3. ship ::
4. enter ::
5. venture ::
embark, embarkation, embarkations, embarked, embarking, embarks
Word Example from TV Shows
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