Hindi translation of 'commence'
commence /kəˈmens कअˈमेन्स्/
Word forms: commences, commencing, commenced
transitive or intransitive verb
When something commences, or when you commence it, it begins.[formal]
प्रारंभ करना/प्रारंभ होना
He left jail to commence life as a free man.
Work is due to commence on July 16.
In everyday English, you often say that something starts or begins.
commence at/in/on a time
Commence is used in more formal writing.
What time do classes start/begin in the morning?
In formal writing, you also say that something emerges or originates to talk about its start in a historical context. You use emerge to talk about something becoming known for the first time, especially gradually. You use originate to talk about where or how something first started.
Course times: Courses commence at 10.00 am.
The virus first emerged in China's Guangdong province in November 2002.
The concept originated in Germany in the 1960s.
commencement uncountable noun
...the commencement of oil production.
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Example Sentences Including 'commence'
`We are at full strength now and battle can commence as soon as I have briefed the new arrivals.The Ancient and Solitary Reign
That's where I'm going to commence my irresistible courtship!Seize the Reckless Wind
Some of the audience crouched down as though at any moment firing would commence.A Song at Twilight
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Translation of commence from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary