Commence

• (v. t.) To enter upon; to begin; to perform the first act of. • (v. i.) To have a beginning or origin; to originate; to start; to begin. • (v. i.) To begin to be, or to act as. • (v. i.) To take a degree at a university.
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Commence

Com·mence' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Commenced ; present participle & verbal noun Commencing .] [ French commencer , Old French comencier , from Latin com- + initiare to begin. See ...
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Commence

Com·mence' transitive verb To enter upon; to begin; to perform the first act of. « Many a wooer doth commence his suit. Shak. » » It is the practice of good writers to use the verbal noun (instead of the infinitive with to ) after commence ; as, he ...
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commence

set in motion, cause to start
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Commence

To start or begin. Used when a turn or action is begun on one beat of music and completed during another beat.
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