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to start to do sth

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  • start — start1 W2S2 [sta:t US sta:rt] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(begin doing something)¦ 2¦(begin happening)¦ 3¦(begin in a particular way)¦ 4¦(business/organization)¦ 5¦(job/school)¦ 6¦(car/engine etc)¦ 7¦(begin going somewhere)¦ 8¦(life/profession)¦… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • start — 1 verb 1 BEGIN DOING STH (I, T) to begin doing something: start doing sth: I ve just started learning German. | We d better start getting dressed soon. | start to do sth: When Tom heard this he started to laugh uncontrollably. | Things started to …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • start — ▪ I. start start 1 [stɑːt ǁ stɑːrt] verb 1. [intransitive] if prices start at or from a particular figure, that is the lowest figure at which you can buy something, for example for the most basic product, service etc in a range: start at/​from •… …   Financial and business terms

  • start on at somebody (about something) — ˌstart ˈon at sb (about sth) | ˌstart ˈon (at sb) about sth derived (informal) to begin to complain about sth or criticize sb • She started on at me again about getting some new clothes. • Don t start on about him not having a job. Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • start on (at somebody) about something — ˌstart ˈon at sb (about sth) | ˌstart ˈon (at sb) about sth derived (informal) to begin to complain about sth or criticize sb • She started on at me again about getting some new clothes. • Don t start on about him not having a job. Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • start something up — ˌstart ˈup | ˌstart sthˈup derived to begin working, happening, etc; to make sth do this • I heard his car start up. • Start up the engines! see also ↑start up …   Useful english dictionary

  • start*/*/*/ — [stɑːt] verb I 1) to begin to happen The World Championships start in two weeks.[/ex] It s starting to rain.[/ex] The leaves have started falling off the trees.[/ex] 2) [I/T] to begin doing something Please start when you are ready.[/ex] The… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • start — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ auspicious, bright (esp. BrE), decent, encouraging, excellent, fine, flying, good, great, impressive …   Collocations dictionary

  • start up — verb 1. get going or set in motion (Freq. 2) We simply could not start the engine start up the computer • Syn: ↑start • Ant: ↑stop (for: ↑start) …   Useful english dictionary

  • start the ball rolling — phrasal see get the ball rolling * * * get/set/start/the ball rolling phrase to make something start happening There are several things we should discuss. Who’d like to start the ball rolling? Thesaurus: to make something start to exist or happen …   Useful english dictionary

  • start sth up — UK US start (sth) up Phrasal Verb with start({{}}/stɑːt/ verb ► if a business or other organization starts up, or if someone starts one up, it is created and starts to operate: »The funding means that by the time it starts up in December, the… …   Financial and business terms


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