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  1. begin

    • IPA[biˈɡin]

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    • v.
      start; perform or undergo the first part of (an action or activity);come into being or have its starting point at a certain time or place
    • verb: begin, 3rd person present: begins, gerund or present participle: beginning, past tense: began, past participle: begun

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. start; perform or undergo the first part of (an action or activity):

      it was beginning to snow

      she began by rewriting the syllabus

    • 2. come into being or have its starting point at a certain time or place:

      the ground campaign had begun

      the story begins with the death of her senile father

    • 3. (of a person) hold a specific position or role before holding any other:

      he began as a drummer

    • 4. (of a thing) originate:

      Watts Lake began as a marine inlet

    • 5. have as a first element:

      words beginning with a vowel

    • 6. set to work at:

      Picasso began on a great canvas

    • 7. start speaking by saying:

      “I've got to go to the hotel,” she began

    • 8. (of an article) cost at least (a specified amount):

      rooms begin at $139

    • 9. not have any chance or likelihood of doing a specified thing:

      circuitry that Karen could not begin to comprehend

    • n.
      the point in time or space at which something starts:
    • he left at the beginning of February

      they had reached the beginning of the forest

    • adj.
      new or inexperienced:
    • a beginning gardener

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    • n. the point in time or space at which something begins:

    • he left at the beginning of February

      they had reached the beginning of the wood

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    • past of begin

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    • past of begin

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    • past participle of begin

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    • ph. (1913–92), Israeli statesman, prime minister 1977–84. His hard line on Arab–Israeli relations softened in a series of meetings with President Anwar al-Sadat of Egypt, which led to a peace treaty between the countries. Nobel Peace Prize (1978), shared with Sadat.

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    • ph. (1913–92), Israeli statesman, prime minister 1977–83. His hard line on Arab–Israeli relations softened in a series of meetings with President Sadat of Egypt, which led to a peace treaty between the countries. Nobel Peace Prize (1978, shared with Sadat).

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    • IPA[bɪˈɡɪn]

    英式

    • v.
      perform or undergo the first part of (an action or activity):
    • Peter had just begun a life sentence for murder

      it was beginning to snow

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  2. 知識+

    • beginning與start

      為何以下意思就有些不同呢 1. at the beginning of 2. at the start of 略有異 at the beginning...句子, . 你相信嗎? 詞句如下 At the beginning of 在....的初期 At the middle of 在...

    • begin和start的用法

      基本上start 和begin 意義及用法相同. 兩者都可以接不定詞或動名詞: They will start working on the project soon. Let’s begin reading the book. 但start 比較強調啟始 ,啟動的概念; begin指比較自然...

    • 請問一下 the beginning of ... 的用法

      in the beginning of ... The change in the beginning of daylight...這個句子中的in其實是和change有關。 In the beginning of 1998, after years of planning, designing...