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I would be really grateful if someone could let me know whether the phrase "initialize projects" is natural or not. Though there are a number of online articles with that phrase, I'm not sure whether this is something that we could use in general. I mean, though we can initialize a project, in the context of computer science or software engineering, it is appropriate to use that phrase to talk about power plant projects, construction projects, etc. Therefore, please someone tell me whether that phrase is belong to the technical jargon for IT.


In spite of the fact that many countries have initialized projects to build tidal wave and wind power plants, they haven not yet take adequate precautionary measures to alleviate pollution related to the vehicles.

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dileepaI would be really grateful if someone could let me know whether the phrase "initialize projects" is natural or not.

It doesn't sound right in your context. I think that "initiate" is the word you are looking for.

You should remove "the" before "vehicles", and you have written "take" instead of "taken".

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I am by no means an english language expert, but I work a lot in international projects and have never heard that term. I have heard "implement a project" or if the emphasis is on the beginning of the project, "start a project" being used a lot.

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Thank you very much for the answer.

Thank you very much for the answer. "implement a project" is new for me. So, I noted down it in my new word list.

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