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The court will undertake a serious examination of the case.
The most recent survey of rare birds was undertaken in 1991.
It is one of the largest dam projects ever undertaken.
The government has undertaken to tackle unemployment as a priority.
To join the club, you have to undertake to buy a minimum of six books a year.
This is the British English definition of undertake. View American English definition of undertake.
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