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Translation of "undertake" - English-Spanish dictionary

undertake

verb /ˌʌn·dəˈteɪk/
undertake to do something
to promise to do something comprometerse a hacer algo
(Definition of undertake from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

undertake

verb /andəˈteik/ ( past tense undertook /-ˈtuk/, past participle undertaken)
to accept (a duty, task, responsibility etc) emprender, encargarse (de) He undertook the job willingly.
to promise (eg to do something) comprometerse (a) He has undertaken to have the work finished by the end of the month.
undertaker /-teikə/ noun
a person who organizes funerals. empresario de pompas fúnebres
undertaking noun
a task or piece of work empresa, tarea I didn’t realize what a large undertaking this job would be.
a promise promesa; compromiso He made an undertaking that he would pay the money back.
(Definition of undertake from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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