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start British & World English

Begin or be reckoned from a particular point in time or space; come into being

start on in start British & World English

Begin to criticize someone

start out in start British & World English

Embark on a venture or undertaking, especially a commercial one

start in British & World English

Begin doing something, especially talking

start on British & World English

Begin to criticize someone

start out British & World English

Embark on a venture or undertaking, especially a commercial one

start in in start British & World English

Begin doing something, especially talking

bump-start British & World English

another term for push-start.

kick-start British & World English

Start (a motorcycle engine) with a downward thrust of a pedal

jump-start British & World English

Start (a car with a flat battery) with jump leads or by a sudden release of the clutch while the car is being pushed

cold-start in cold start British & World English

Start (an engine or machine) at the ambient temperature

push-start British & World English

Start (a motor vehicle) by pushing it in order to make the engine turn

start off in start British & World English

Begin (or cause someone or something to begin) to operate or do something

start over in start British & World English

North American way of saying start again.

start off British & World English

Begin (or cause someone or something to begin) to operate or do something

start again British & World English

Abandon what one is doing and make a new beginning

start again in start British & World English

Abandon what one is doing and make a new beginning

start a hare in hare British & World English

Raise a topic of conversation

start a hare British & World English

Raise a topic of conversation

start in on in start in British & World English

Begin to do or deal with

start in on in start British & World English

Begin to do or deal with

start a family British & World English

Conceive one’s first child

start a family in start British & World English

Conceive one’s first child

start the ball rolling in ball1 British & World English

Cause something to start happening

start the ball rolling British & World English

Cause something to start happening

get off on the right foot in foot British & World English

Make a good (or bad) start at something

get off on the right foot British & World English

Make a good (or bad) start at something

to get started in start English-Spanish

empezar*, comenzar*

let's get started in get English-Spanish

empecemos, vamos a empezar

to get sb started in start English-Spanish

darle* cuerda a algn


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