From Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's Dictinary | 8th ed (En-En):
N-VAR [oft N to-inf ]
An endeavour is an attempt to do something, especially something new or original. [FORMAL ]
And in many others famous dictionaries,
endeavor has almost the same definition.
But in real life, it seems
endeavor should be better defined as a career.
- As you may have heard, Tom made the decision to leave the company to pursue other endeavors.
- If you are not all aware, Mike has left LA to pursue a new endeavor.
- Bayliff went on to pursue other endeavors, which opened an opportunity for Dan Wilson to join the group.
- I wish you all the best in your future endeavors.
- We wish Tom the best of luck in his new endeavor.
- It takes a lot of guts to go out on a limb, quit your job, and pursue a new endeavor.
So, here're my questions.
- Should I understand the word
careerfrom now on?
- Is it kind of an advanced and cooler word for