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  1. start

    • IPA[stärt]

    美式

    • v.
      come into being; begin or be reckoned from a particular point in time or space;embark on a continuing action or a new venture
    • n.
      the point in time or space at which something has its origin; the beginning;the point or moment at which a race begins
    • noun: start, plural noun: starts

    • verb: start, 3rd person present: starts, gerund or present participle: starting, past tense: started, past participle: started

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. come into being; begin or be reckoned from a particular point in time or space:

      the season starts in September

      we ate before the show started

    • 2. embark on a continuing action or a new venture:

      I started to chat to him

      we plan to start building in the fall

    • 3. use a particular point, action, or circumstance as an opening for a course of action:

      the teacher can start by capitalizing on children's curiosity

      I shall start with the case you mention first

    • 4. begin to move or travel:

      we started out into the snow

      he started for the door

    • 5. begin to attend (an educational establishment) or engage in (an occupation, especially a profession):

      she will start school today

      he started work at a travel agency

    • 6. begin one's working life:

      he started as a typesetter

      she started off as a general practitioner

    • 7. begin to live through (a period distinguished by a specified characteristic):

      they started their married life

    • 8. cost at least a specified amount:

      fees start at around $300

    • 9. cause (an event or process) to happen:

      two men started the blaze that caused the explosion

      those women started all the trouble

    • 10. bring (a project or an institution) into being; cause to take effect or begin to work or operate:

      I'm starting a campaign to get the law changed

    • 11. cause (a machine) to begin to work:

      we had trouble starting the car

      he starts up his van

    • 12. (of a machine or device) begin operating or being used:

      the noise of a tractor starting up

      there was a moment of silence before the organ started

    • 13. cause or enable (someone or something) to begin doing or pursuing something:

      his father started him off in business

      what he said started me thinking

    • 14. give a signal to (competitors) to start in a race.
    • 15. give a small jump or make a sudden jerking movement from surprise or alarm:

      “Oh my!” she said, starting

    • 16. move or appear suddenly:

      she had seen Meg start suddenly from a thicket

    • 17. (of eyes) bulge so as to appear to burst out of their sockets:

      his eyes started out of his head like a hare's

    • 18. be displaced or displace by pressure or shrinkage:

      the mortar in the joints had started

    • 19. rouse (game) from its lair.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the point in time or space at which something has its origin; the beginning:

      he takes over as chief executive at the start of next year

      the event was a shambles from start to finish

    • 2. the point or moment at which a race begins:

      make sure you are not over the line at the start

    • 3. an act of beginning to do or deal with something:

      I can make a start on cleaning up

      an early start enabled us to avoid the traffic

    • 4. used to indicate that a useful initial contribution has been made but that more remains to be done:

      if he would tell her who had put him up to it, it would be a start

    • 5. a person's position or circumstances at the beginning of their life, especially a position of advantage:

      she's anxious to give her baby the best start in life

    • 6. an advantage consisting in having set out in a race or on journey earlier than one's rivals or opponents:

      he would have a ninety-minute start on them

    • 7. a sudden movement of surprise or alarm:

      she awoke with a start

      the woman gave a nervous start

    • v.
      start (a motorcycle engine) with a downward thrust of a pedal:
    • he kick-started the motor and zoomed up the hill
    • n.
      a device to start an engine by the downward thrust of a pedal, as in older motorcycles.

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    • v.
      start (an engine on a motorcycle) with a downward thrust of a pedal:
    • he kick-started the motor and zoomed up the hill
    • n.
      a device to start an engine by the downward thrust of a pedal, as in older motorcycles.

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    • v.
      start (a car with a flat battery) with jump leads or by a sudden release of the clutch while the car is being pushed:
    • he jump-started his old Chrysler
    • n.
      an act of jump-starting a car:
    • a quick jump-start got the jeep running again

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    • v.
      start (a car with a dead battery) with jumper cables or by a sudden release of the clutch while it is being pushed:
    • he jump-started his old Chrysler
    • n.
      an act of jump-starting a car:
    • a quick jump-start got the jeep running again

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    • n. an invalid or disallowed start to a race, usually due to a competitor beginning before the official signal has been given.

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    • n. the action or process of setting something in motion:

    • the start-up of marketing in Europe

      start-up costs

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    • IPA[stɑːt]

    英式

    • v.
      begin or be reckoned from a particular point in time or space; come into being:
    • the season starts in September

      we ate before the film started

    • n.
      the point in time or space at which something has its origin; the beginning:
    • he takes over as chief executive at the start of next year

      the event was a shambles from start to finish

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    • IPA[stärt]

    美式

    • abbr.
      Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, an agreement between the US and the Soviet Union to limit and reduce strategic nuclear weapons, first signed in 1991.

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    • IPA[stɑːt]

    英式

    • abbr.
      Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, an agreement between the US and the Soviet Union to limit and reduce strategic nuclear weapons, first signed in 1991.

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