To cause to board a vessel or aircraft: stopped to embark passengers. (verb-transitive)
To enlist (a person or persons) or invest (capital) in an enterprise. (verb-transitive)
To go aboard a vessel or aircraft, as at the start of a journey. (verb-intransitive)
To set out on a venture; commence: embark on a world tour. (verb-intransitive)
Examples of word embark
The dark trauma that followed Flo's death inspired Zaka embark on a documentary project, a tribute to the life of his friend.
For years, the regulators of the global money supply ignored the advice of their top experts, probably because it would require them to do something unheard of, namely embark on a fundamental change in direction.
Em - is a common prefix, found in words such as embark, embed, embody, emboss, embrace, and embroil.
Tonight we get words such as embark, infused, and endeavor.
I still can't work out why there is no tasting on the line at El Bulli, and I am still at a loss to know why its staff embark on such futile enterprises as attempting to make a risotto from sunflower seeds they devoted two weeks to this failed experiment.