Word: start

Category: start

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Related words: start

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Synonyms: start

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: start

spanish
principio, comenzar, comienzo, salida, iniciar, ...


german
beginn, anfang, anfangen, beginnen, starten, ...

french
démarrent, origine, commencer, partir, seuil, ...

italian
esordio, inizio, avvio, decollare, iniziare, ...

portuguese
partir, princípio, começar, começo, ir, ...

dutch
aanzetten, begin, ontstaan, activeren, aanbreken, ...

russian
встрепенуться, старт, заступать, коробить, вздрагивание, ...

norwegian
begynnelse, start, begynne

swedish
början, börja, start, starta

finnish
pelästyä, alku, hätkähtää, aloittaa, hätkähdys, ...

danish
start, begyndelse, begynde

czech
startovat, počátek, odstartovat, odjezd, start, ...

polish
uruchamiać, płoszyć, zacząć, zaczynać, spłoszyć, ...

hungarian
rajthely, rajt, start, startvonal

turkish
başlangıç, kalkış, başlamak

greek
ξεκίνημα, αρχή, ξεκινώ, αρχίζω

ukrainian
вирушати, починатися, жолобити

albanian
lëshohem, nisem, filloj

bulgarian
начало

belarusian
начынаць

estonian
algus, lähe, alustama

croatian
pokreni, povesti, poplašiti, započeti, nadmoć

icelandic
ræsa

latin
initium

lithuanian
pradžia

latvian
iesākšanās, sākums, starts

romanian
început, debut

slovak
zahájení, počiatok

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The meaning and "use of": start

noun
  • the point in time or space at which something has its origin; the beginning of something.
  • a sudden movement of surprise or alarm.

verb
  • come into being; begin or be reckoned from a particular point in time or space.
  • cause (an event or process) to happen.
  • give a small jump or make a sudden jerking movement from surprise or alarm.

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