startverbuk /stɑːt/ us /stɑːrt/
start verb (BEGIN)
- He started as an actor, making his debut as a director in 1990.
- As soon as the war started, any broadcasts with a military theme were taken off the air.
- People have started to gossip about us.
- The party had hardly started when she left.
- Halfway through the meeting my mind started to wander.
start verb (FIRST POINT)
start verb (MOVE SUDDENLY)
You can also find related words, phrases, and synonyms in the topics:
start verb (WORK)
startnounuk /stɑːt/ us /stɑːrt/
start noun (BEGINNING)
start noun (ADVANTAGE)
- a free ride idiom
- a stick to beat sb with idiom
- an ace up your sleeve idiom
- be/stay/keep one jump ahead idiom
- cash in on sth
- in the right place at the right time idiom
- it's tough at the top idiom
- lock in sth
- lock sb out of sth
- lose out
- profit from sth
- you've got nothing to lose idiom
- your best/strongest/trump card idiom
start noun (SUDDEN MOVEMENT)