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outset

noun
 
 
/ˈaʊtset/
at/from the outset at or from the beginning of something: I made my views clear at the outset. We knew from the outset that we were unlikely to win.Starting and beginningStarting again
Translations of “outset”
in Vietnamese sự bắt đầu…
in Spanish principio, comienzo…
in Thai การเริ่มต้น…
in Malaysian permulaan…
in French début…
in German der Anfang…
in Indonesian awal…
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