Variant of embark
- to put or take (passengers or goods) aboard a ship, aircraft, etc.
- to engage (a person) or invest (money, etc.) in an enterprise
Origin: French embarquer ; from Spanish or Old ProvenÃ§al embarcar ; from em- (L in-) plush Classical Latin barca, bark
- to go aboard a ship, aircraft, etc.
- to begin a journey
- to engage in an enterprise