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kick-startverb [T]

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to make something ​start to ​happen, ​happen more quickly, or ​improve: Taxes were ​drasticallycut in an attempt to kick-start the ​economy. A ​substantialpayrise for every nurse would kick-start ​recruitment and encourage others to ​stay.
kick-start
Our ​business got a welcome kick-start from the ​taxrebateprogram.
(Definition of kick-start from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “kick-start”
in Chinese (Simplified) 摩托车, 用脚踏启动(摩托车)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 摩托車, 用腳踏啟動(摩托車)…
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