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start out (or up)

Definition of start out or up in English:

Embark on a venture or undertaking, especially a commercial one: the company will start out with a hundred employees
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  • The money went to the Prince's Trust to help young people start up new business ventures.
  • What are the biggest traps to look out for when starting out in a venture like this?
  • He enjoyed the process so much, he's started up Flint, a new venture, already.
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