His gun is available to anyone willing to undertake a few minutes of Internet research.
“However, it is still unclear to me if the U.S. and its allies are prepared to undertake such a comprehensive approach,” he says.
It takes two inspired entrepreneurs like Barry Diller and Sidney Harman to undertake such a challenging media experiment.
(1) Only charities and non-profits should ask for unpaid workers to staff their operations or undertake time-consuming projects.
But whatever exercise program you decide to undertake, I do recommend that you consult your doctor before starting.
Still inspired by this love of adventure, he proposes to undertake the novelty of a journey across the Continent in the saddle.
If it had been possible to undertake his defence, Margaret would have done so.
You will wonder how this last inquiry can come into so simple an argument as that which I undertake to enforce.
And the projectile, Mr Barlow, are you prepared to undertake that also?
They had no need to look far for the general who was to undertake this task.
c.1200, "to entrap," in the same sense as Old English underniman (cf. Dutch ondernemen, German unternehmen), of which it is a partial loan-translation, from under + take. Cf. also French entreprendre "to undertake," from entre "between, among" + prendre "to take." The under in this word may be the same one that also may form the first element of understand. Meaning "to accept" is attested from mid-13c.; that of "to take upon oneself, to accept the duty of" is from c.1300.