endeavor to (do something)

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endeavor to (do something)

To work to do or accomplish something. After spending years endeavoring to earn my degree, today is my graduation!
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

endeavor to do something

to try to do something. Whenever I endeavor to console her, she breaks down again. Maria endeavored to comfort Henry.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Shell Alaska has also utilized Endeavor to help them establish their development program for advisory personnel for ice management in support of their future drilling operations.
The Dubai office will allow Endeavor to promote its expansion to new countries in the region and to provide expanded services to its existing country affiliates in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey, all of which will continue to operate independently.
Adding on a Canadian subsidiary will now allow Endeavor to provide domestic bills in Canadian dollars to customers: to those headquartered in Canada and to those who have operations centers or subsidiaries based there for Canadian-based projects and deployments.
Additionally, the Canadian subsidiary will serve as a convenient platform for Endeavor to add on acquisitions of Canadian companies.
Still, we need more groups like Endeavor to involve venture capital and angel investors."
The CEO and Co-founder of Javna, Mansour Mansour's visit to Silicon Valley was made possible after being selected by Endeavor to join its global network at an International Selection Panel in South Africa during 2008.
But for Endeavor to compete in the big-screen arena, it is thought that they will have to lure a top signing agent like ICM's Ed Limato or CAA's Bryan Lourd or Kevin Huvane, who will bring along a list of A-list actors - as Martin Baum did in the late '70s to put CAA on the movie star map.
Habeeb chuckled at the length of the process required to reach this final selection stage, "It's certainly an endeavor to join Endeavor."