英 [ɪmˈbɑːk] 美 [ɪmˈbɑːrk]
第三人称单数： embarks 现在分词： embarking 过去式： embarked 过去分词： embarked
派生词： embarkation n.
1.set out on (an enterprise or subject of study)
she embarked upon a new career
2.go on board
3.proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers
We ventured into the world of high-tech and bought a supercomputer
1.The Federal Reserve usually embarks on an interest rate cut cycle in preparation for macroeconomic headwinds developing in the economy.
2.While the Chinese economy has been under pressure amid a prolonged trade dispute with the US, so far its central bank hasn't embarked on an aggressive stimulus program as some market watchers had hoped.
3.The government embarked on a programme of radical economic reform.
4.Bob ordered brigade HQ to embark.
5.Redundancy is the spur for many to embark on new careers.
6.The fears have prompted several countries to embark on massive armament plans.
7.Resolutely she left home to embark on a new life with the man she loved.
8.Passengers with cargo must embark first.
9.Embark on a quest that will take you through many mysterious worlds.
10.If I had eyes, how happily would I embark upon so fascinating a study!