start up something phrasal verb, verb Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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start up something

phrasal verb with start  us   /stɑrt/ verb

(BEGIN COMPANY)

to begin a new company, organization, or activity: We started up an opera theater company that toured all over the South.
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