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start

[stɑ:t]
noun
1. [beginning]   inizio m
 for a start   (tanto) per cominciare
2. [jump]   sussulto m
3. sport   partenza f
4. [lead]   vantaggio m


  

start

[stɑ:t]
transitive verb Conjugaison
1. [begin]   cominciare, iniziare
 to start doing or to do sthg   cominciare a fare qc, mettersi a fare qc
2. [turn on]   avviare
3. [set up]   metter su
4. [initiate, instigate]   dare inizio a


  

start

[stɑ:t]
intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [begin]   cominciare, avere inizio
 to start with sb/sthg   cominciare con qn/qc
 to start with, … [at first]   per cominciare, …
2. [in life, career]   cominciare
3. [car, engine, tape]   avviarsi
4. [set out]   muoversi
5. [in surprise, alarm]   sussultare


  

start off


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
[cause to start - person]   avviare
[ - meeting, rumour, discussion]   dare inizio a

  

start off


intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [begin]   cominciare
 to start off by doing sthg   cominciare col fare qc
2. [set out]   muoversi


  

start on


transitive verb inseparable Conjugaison
[begin]   attaccare


  

start out


intransitive verb Conjugaison
1. [in life, career]   cominciare
2. [set out]   muoversi


  

start up


transitive verb separable Conjugaison
1. [business, group]   metter su
2. [engine, machine]   avviare


  

start up


intransitive verb Conjugaison
[gen]   avviarsi
[music, noise]   cominciare
[guns]   cominciare a sparare


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