|start up||kick over|
|(Hebrew) start, head, top, beginning (used in expressions such as "Rosh Hashana")||Rosh|
|(Linguistics) repetition of a word or phrase at the start of successive phrases (usually for emphasis), part of Communion, referring back, repetition for effect||anaphora|
|abandoned start of race, unsuccessful start||false start|
|act beforehand to address something imminent, expect something, predict; precede; hurry and come before, look forward to something, prevent something, start something ahead of time, use something not yet received||anticipate|
|act of digging, archaeological excavation, break up or remove earth, burrow, hoe; like (Slang); understand; start, begin enthusiastically; entrench oneself, create by digging, cutting remark, discover by research, excavation; jab, poke; mean or sarcast...||dig|
|act of leaving, escape, flight, fleeing, place to escape to, short vacation, start of movement, used as a means of escape; used as a place of relaxation, used as a retreat||getaway|
|action of attacking, assault, assail, assault; spasm, seizure; onslaught, attacking members of team, bout of illness, criticize somebody or something, energetic way of playing, harm, infect somebody or damage something, make a vigorous start on somethi...||attack|
|action of jump-starting a vehicle, start a vehicle using jumper cables||jump-start|
|action that makes something start, beginning, commencement; formal admission into some organization or position; ceremony celebrating admission into an organization or position; instruction, teaching of basic knowledge, introduction to something new||initiation|
|adapt yourself, form liking for somebody, go to a place, start doing or using something||take to|
|adopt false behavior, apply something to skin, cover with clothing, gain or add something, hand telephone to somebody, make something subject to imposition, organize something, place bet, prescribe something for somebody, provide something, start somet...||put on|
|aircraft passenger, aircraft pilot, flyer, flying start, person or thing which flies; pilot, aviator; small printed notice or advertisement, printed sheet widely distributed, risky undertaking, step in straight staircase||flier|
|allow to share, interrupt, join middle of line, join traffic dangerously, mix fat with flour, partner somebody already dancing, start to operate||cut in|
|annoy somebody, be allowed to; arrive at, reach, evoke emotions, start dealing with something, start doing something||get to|
|appear in certain way, appearance, arrive, be visible, blood indicating start of labor, come in third, demonstrate qualities, demonstrate something for instruction, demonstration, display attitude, display for sale, establish something using reason, ex...||show|
|appoint somebody, establish, found, set up; begin, initiate, start, institution, foundation, organization which provides a certain service or supports a particular cause; college which specializes in a particular field or area of instruction (i.e. art)...||institute|
|arouse emotion in, heat gas until it burns, light fire or begin to burn, set on fire, kindle; start to burn||ignite|
|arouse somebody, behave in calculated way, make somebody excited, operate switch to start something, react aggressively to somebody, set something to on position, take illegal drugs||turn on|
|arrive, start producing||blow in|
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