English to Igbo Meaning :: commence

Commence :
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Verb(1) take the first step or steps in carrying out an action(2) set in motion, cause to start(3) get off the ground

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(1) Full planning permission has been granted with construction due to commence this year.(2) This was still being worked on at the time of my visit but production is due to commence at the beginning of December.(3) Work is due to commence shortly, so hopefully the problem will finally be resolved.(4) The review is due to commence in June with the panel expected to report its findings in October 2005.(5) It is hoped to commence construction on the initial phase of the plan this Autumn.(6) Work is due to commence shortly and it is estimated it will take a year to bring this project to fruition.(7) The following day a section of rail workers was due to commence a two-day strike.(8) a public inquiry is due to commence on the 16th(9) This will give the children a great preparation before commencing school the following September.(10) The Institute offers a wide range of courses to adults commencing every September and January.(11) The Hebrew day commenced six hours ahead of our day, at sunset the previous day.(12) The good news is that the building has commenced and is due to be completed by the end of August.(13) It will be held in the meeting room commencing at 9 pm and all committee members are asked to attend.(14) There will be a Vintage Parade commencing at 2pm from the local Community Hall.(15) There will be an evening fixture on Monday, with the action commencing at 6pm.(16) Training has commenced for all teams and new players would be very welcome in any age group.
Related Words
(1) to commence ::
ka namalite
1. begin ::
2. start ::
1. conclude ::
2. end ::
3. finish ::
4. terminate ::
Different Forms
commence, commenced, commencement, commencements, commences, commencing
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English to Igbo Dictionary: commence

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