Noun(1) the beginning of anything(2) the time at which something is supposed to begin(3) a turn to be a starter (in a game at the beginning(4) a sudden involuntary movement(5) the act of starting something(6) a line indicating the location of the start of a race or a game(7) a signal to begin (as in a race(8) the advantage gained by beginning early (as in a race
Verb(1) take the first step or steps in carrying out an action(2) set in motion, cause to start(3) leave(4) have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense(5) bring into being(6) get off the ground(7) move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm(8) get going or set in motion(9) begin or set in motion(10) begin work or acting in a certain capacity, office or job(11) play in the starting lineup(12) have a beginning characterized in some specified way(13) begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object(14) bulge outward
(1) Malachi and Lilith looked round with a start at the sound of the voice.(2) I had quite a start when I saw him(3) fees start at Ôö¼├║300(4) He bustled Ouija Board into fifth soon after the start and held his position until the field quickened down the back stretch.(5) If Swindon council really is intent on saving money, it could do worse than start by looking at its advertising policy.(6) she decided to start running every day(7) An early start will enable you to compensate for the inevitable traffic jam or late taxi.(8) The scheme is aimed at alleviating some of the initial costs people face when they start work after a period of unemployment.(9) After having accepted the invite, two hours before the start of the game he phoned me to say he wasn't coming.(10) Cricket commitments meant that I was always going to be an hour late for the start .(11) Kelsey awoke with a start and shook her head a few times to get rid of her dream.(12) the start of the film is very scary(13) He is lobbying parliament to make changes to the educational system to encourage people to start their own businesses.(14) the woman gave a nervous start(15) Wherever they take their instruments and PVC trousers, these Bond dames seem to start trouble.(16) I didn't know where to start
1. beginning ::
2. onset ::
3. lead ::
4. advantageous beginning ::
5. jerk ::
7. jump ::
8. starting line ::
9. head start ::
10. kickoff ::
11. commencement ::
12. starting signal ::
13. begin ::
14. arise ::
15. establish ::
16. commence ::
18. activate ::
19. begin working ::
20. flinch ::
21. set forth ::
23. get ::
24. initiate ::
25. take up ::
26. get going ::
27. jump ::
28. pop ::
Different Formsstart, started, starter, starters, starting, starts
Word Example from TV Shows
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We need to START over.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 16
Well, you picked a good one to START.
Wil's had lots of great guests.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 20
Start a trace on the landline.
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 14
Did I START that sentence with the words
"if it please Your Highness"?
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 4
A chance for you both to START again.
Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 2
English to Malay Dictionary: start
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