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UNDERTOOK. Assumed; promised.
     2. This is a technical word which ought to be inserted in every declaration of assumpsit, charging that the defendant undertook to perform the promise which is the foundation of the suit; and this though the promise be founded on a legal liability, or would be implied in evidence. Bac. Ab Assumpsit, F; 1 Chit. Pl. 88, note p.

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He added his side undertook privileged and irrelevant material would not be used.
Replying to a question during the question-hour, she said in 2008, the then information minister undertook first visit to India to participate in the funeral of Indian Rajya Saba Member, Nirmala Deshpande.
1 : to plan or try to accomplish <They undertook a trip around the world.>
The first recipient of the MBA Company Internship prize was Sunil Kumar who undertook a three month project for Expo Management in Leamington.
Respondents undertook not to conduct the seminars and workshops in Australia without abiding by certain restrictions imposed by the ACCC to shield Australian consumers from what the ACCC deemed to be further misleading and deceptive practices.
Under founding artistic director Ronn Guidi, who retired abruptly in 1999, the company undertook an ambitious series of revivals and reconstructions of repertoire commissioned by Diaghilev's Ballets Russes, culminating in the first U.S.