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Definition of Embark

Embark

  1. To cause to go on board a vessel or boat; to put on shipboard.
  2. To engage, enlist, or invest (as persons, money, etc.) in any affair; as, he embarked his fortune in trade.
  3. To go on board a vessel or a boat for a voyage; as, the troops embarked for Lisbon.
  4. To engage in any affair.

Embark Quotations

Laugh at yourself, but don't ever aim your doubt at yourself. Be bold. When you embark for strange places, don't leave any of yourself safely on shore. Have the nerve to go into unexplored territory.
Alan Alda

The spiritual quest is not some added benefit to our life, something you embark on if you have the time and inclination. We are spiritual beings on an earthly journey. Our spirituality makes up our beingness.
John Bradshaw

The best of life is to embark on an adventure with a woman interested in having an adventure with you.
Oleg Cassini

The Social Security trust fund is in pretty good shape today and we should not embark upon risky, dangerous schemes which will, in fact, undermine Social Security, such as privatization.
Max Baucus

Marriage is a risk; I think it's a great and glorious risk, as long as you embark on the adventure in the same spirit.
Cate Blanchett
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Embark Translations

embark in Dutch is aan boord gaan, scheep gaan
embark in German is einschiffen
embark in Italian is imbarcare
embark in Spanish is embarcadar, embarcar, embarcarse