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undertake

verb
 
 
/ˌʌndəˈteɪk/ (undertook, undertaken)
[T] to do or begin to do something, especially something that will take a long time or be difficult: He needs to undertake a proper cashflow and budgeting exercise. Some companies have undertaken a thorough transformation of their production methods.
[I] formal to promise or agree that you will do something: undertake to do sth All banks have undertaken to give printouts on request of standing orders and direct debits.
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