Definition of start on in English:

start on

informal Begin to criticize someone: she started on about my not having proper furniture
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  • Yeah, okay he didn't win as many matches as he would have wanted to, but he has set up a very good platform for the nest manager to start on.
  • I now have a wheelchair and a pair of crutches and I will soon be starting on a new course of medicine to try and deal with the various medical problems.
  • This next one seems to have plenty to keep me occupied, so I'd better go off and begin drafting the review before starting on the next one.
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