What Is Another Way to Say “Set In”?

Looking for synonyms for set in? We’ve got you covered!

Here’s a list of other ways to say set in.

  • Begin
  • Commence
  • Start
  • Initiate
  • Kick off
  • Launch
  • Establish
  • Instigate
  • Trigger
  • Activate
  • Inaugurate
  • Introduce
  • Originate
  • Embark on
  • Implement

Want to learn how to say set in professionally? Keep reading for examples and use cases.

1. Begin

Used for the initial stage of an action or process.

  • Example: “The construction of the new office building will begin next Monday.”

2. Commence

Formal or ceremonial start of something.

  • Example: “The conference will commence with a keynote speech from the industry leader.”

3. Start

General use for the initiation of any action or process.

  • Example: “We will start the new marketing campaign in the first week of April.”

4. Initiate

Introducing a new phase or process.

  • Example: “The company will initiate a comprehensive training program for all new hires.”

5. Kick off

Informal beginning of an event or activity.

  • Example: “The team will kick off the project with a brainstorming session.”

6. Launch

Starting something new, especially a product or service.

  • Example: “The tech startup is ready to launch its innovative app next month.”

7. Establish

Setting up or founding something on a firm or permanent basis.

  • Example: “The organization aims to establish a new research center by the end of the year.”

8. Instigate

Initiating something, especially an action or process.

  • Example: “The manager decided to instigate a series of workshops to improve team collaboration.”

9. Trigger

Causing an event or process to start.

  • Example: “The recent data breach will likely trigger a review of our cybersecurity policies.”

10. Activate

Making something operational; turning something on.

  • Example: “Activate the emergency response plan immediately due to the rising floodwaters.”

11. Inaugurate

Formally beginning something, often with a ceremony.

  • Example: “The mayor will inaugurate the new public library next weekend.”

12. Introduce

Bringing something into use or operation for the first time.

  • Example: “This software update will introduce several key features to enhance user experience.”

13. Originate

Creating or starting something new.

  • Example: “The concept of remote work originated long before it became a global trend.”

14. Embark on

Beginning a journey or undertaking a new project or course of action.

  • Example: “The company is about to embark on its most ambitious project yet.”

15. Implement

Putting a decision, plan, agreement, etc., into effect.

  • Example: “Following the meeting, we will implement the changes to the workflow as discussed.”

Linda Brown