endeavor definition

  • noun:
    • A conscientious or concerted work toward a finish; an earnest attempt.
    • Purposeful or industrious task; enterprise.
    • A sincere effort. A determined or assiduous work towards a certain goal.
    • Enterprise; assiduous or persistent activity.
    • An exertion of actual or intellectual energy toward the attainment of an object; a systematic or continuous effort; an endeavor; an effort.
    • an endeavor; an essay; an effort; an exertion of real or emotional abilities toward the attainment of an object.
    • Synonyms Struggle, trial.
    • a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one which needs energy or boldness)
    • earnest and careful task meant to do or achieve one thing
    • A conscientious or concerted effort toward an-end; an earnest effort.
    • meaningful or industrious task; enterprise.
    • A sincere attempt. A determined or assiduous work towards a particular objective.
    • Enterprise; assiduous or persistent task.
    • An exertion of real or intellectual power toward the attainment of an object; a systematic or constant attempt; an endeavor; an endeavor.
    • An effort; an essay; an effort; an exertion of physical or emotional capabilities toward the attainment of an object.
    • Synonyms Battle, trial.
    • a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one which needs effort or boldness)
    • serious and conscientious activity meant to do or accomplish some thing
    • A conscientious or concerted energy toward an-end; an earnest attempt.
    • Purposeful or industrious activity; enterprise.
    • A sincere effort. A determined or assiduous effort towards a particular objective.
    • Enterprise; assiduous or persistent task.
    • An exertion of actual or intellectual power toward the attainment of an object; a systematic or constant effort; an attempt; a trial.
    • An effort; an essay; an effort; an exertion of physical or mental capabilities toward the attainment of an object.
    • Synonyms Struggle, trial.
    • a purposeful or industrious task (especially one that calls for effort or boldness)
    • earnest and careful activity meant to do or accomplish anything
  • verb-transitive:
    • to try (fulfillment of a responsibility or an obligation, including) by employment or expenditure of work: endeavored to improve the quality of life within the inner-city.
    • To exert real or intellectual energy for the attainment of; to utilize efforts to impact; to make an effort to attain or attain; to test; to aim.
    • to aim (satisfaction of a responsibility or an obligation, like) by employment or expenditure of effort: endeavored to boost the standard of life inside inner-city.
    • To exert actual or intellectual energy when it comes to attainment of; to use attempts to effect; to make an effort to attain or attain; to try; to aim.
    • to aim (satisfaction of a responsibility or an obligation, for example) by work or expenditure of effort: endeavored to improve the caliber of life when you look at the inner-city.
    • To use physical or intellectual power the attainment of; to utilize efforts to impact; to attempt to attain or attain; to test; to try.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to do business with a set or specified goal or function.
    • To exert one's self; to function for a specific end.
    • To work with a group or specified objective or purpose.
    • To exert an individual's self; to work for a particular end.
    • to work well with a group or specified objective or function.
    • To use one's self; be effective for a particular end.
  • verb:
    • to aim through application of effort.
    • to work alongside function.
    • attempt by using work
    • To attempt through application of energy.
    • to do business with function.
    • attempt by using energy
    • to try through application of effort.
    • to do business with function.
    • attempt by employing effort
  • others:
    • To put, apply, or use (one's self) to accomplish anything: made use of reflexively.
    • to try and get; attempt to impact; strive to attain or attain; strive after.
    • To work or use an individual's self to-do or impact one thing; strive; take to; make an attempt: followed closely by an infinitive.
    • To direct one's efforts or work toward some object or end; fix a person's training course; aim: with inside, for, or after.
    • Synonyms Undertake, Endeavor, an such like. (see effort); to find, aim, challenge.
    • to place, use, or use (one's self) to-do a thing: made use of reflexively.
    • to try and get; attempt to impact; attempt to achieve or attain; strive after.
    • To work or exert your self doing or impact something; strive; take to; make an attempt: followed closely by an infinitive.
    • To direct an individual's attempts or work toward some object or end; fix an individual's course; aim: with inside, for, or after.
    • Synonyms Undertake, Endeavor, etc. (see attempt); to find, aim, struggle.
    • To put, apply, or use (one's self) to do anything: utilized reflexively.
    • to try and gain; attempt to effect; attempt to attain or achieve; strive after.
    • To labor or exert one's self to accomplish or impact something; strive; decide to try; make an effort: followed by an infinitive.
    • To direct one's efforts or work toward some item or end; fix your training course; aim: with inside, for, or after.
    • Synonyms Undertake, Endeavor, an such like. (identify attempt); to find, aim, fight.

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