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start  Verb
Plural: starts
  1. Translate "start" to Spanish: empezar, comenzar, despegar, echar a andar, dar inicio, iniciar, ponerse en marcha, largar
    English Synonyms of "start": begin, get started, make a start, get one's start, get the ball rolling, come out of the chute, get out of the gate, get the show on the road
    Define meaning of "start": Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action. ; Get off the ground. ; Begin or set in motion. ; Have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense. ; Have a beginning characterized in some specified way.
  2. John started yesterday, Juan inició ayer.
    We began working at dawn.
    Who will start?
    Get working as soon as the sun rises!
    The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia.
    He began early in the day.
    Let's get down to work now.
    Who started this company?
    We embarked on an exciting enterprise.
    I start my day with a good breakfast.
    We began the new semester.
    The afternoon session begins at 4 PM.
    I start at eight in the morning.
    Ready, set, go!
    The DMZ begins right over the hill.
    The second movement begins after the Allegro.
    Prices for these homes start at $250,000.
    The novel begins with a murder.
    My property begins with the three maple trees.
    Her day begins with a work-out.
    The semester begins with a convocation ceremony.

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  3. Translate "start" to Spanish: iniciar, dar comienzo a, empezar, armarse, arrancar, emprender, originar, poner en marcha, principiar, largar
    English Synonyms of "start": initiate, begin, get started, jump off, set going, strike up, tackle, induct
    Define meaning of "start": Set in motion, cause to start. ; Bring into being. ; Get off the ground. ; Get going or set in motion. ; Begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object.
  4. I started a problem, Se me armó un problema.
    The U.S. started a war in the Middle East.
    The Iraqis began hostilities.
    Begin a new chapter in your life.
    He initiated a new program.
    Start a foundation.
    Who started this company?
    We embarked on an exciting enterprise.
    I start my day with a good breakfast.
    We began the new semester.
    The afternoon session begins at 4 PM.
    We simply could not start the engine.
    Start up the computer.
    Begin a cigar.
    She started the soup while it was still hot.
    We started physics in 10th grade.

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  5. Translate "start" to Spanish: echar a andar, poner a andar
    English Synonyms of "start": crank up, get moving, get started, run, start off, start on, start up
    Define meaning of "start": Set in motion, cause to start. ; Get off the ground. ; Get going or set in motion.
  6. The U.S. started a war in the Middle East.
    The Iraqis began hostilities.
    Begin a new chapter in your life.
    Who started this company?
    We embarked on an exciting enterprise.
    I start my day with a good breakfast.
    We began the new semester.
    The afternoon session begins at 4 PM.
    We simply could not start the engine.
    Start up the computer.


  7. Translate "start" to Spanish: arrancar, echar a andar, iniciar
    English Synonyms of "start": pull out, take off, begin operation, pull off, set off, start to run, pick off
    Define meaning of "start": Begin or set in motion.
  8. The car won't start, El carro no arranca.
    I start at eight in the morning.
    Ready, set, go!

  9. Translate "start" to Spanish: comenzar a, empezar a, echarse a, iniciar a
    English Synonyms of "start": begin, begin to, start to, commence, commence to, set about to, set upon to
    Define meaning of "start": Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action.
  10. We began working at dawn.
    Who will start?
    Get working as soon as the sun rises!
    The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia.
    He began early in the day.
    Let's get down to work now.

  11. Translate "start" to Spanish: principiar, entablar
    English Synonyms of "start": begin, commence, initiate
    Define meaning of "start": Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action. ; Bring into being. ; Have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense. ; Have a beginning characterized in some specified way.
  12. We began working at dawn.
    Who will start?
    Get working as soon as the sun rises!
    The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia.
    He began early in the day.
    Let's get down to work now.
    He initiated a new program.
    Start a foundation.
    The DMZ begins right over the hill.
    The second movement begins after the Allegro.
    Prices for these homes start at $250,000.
    The novel begins with a murder.
    My property begins with the three maple trees.
    Her day begins with a work-out.
    The semester begins with a convocation ceremony.


  13. Translate "start" to Spanish: empezar, comenzar con
    English Synonyms of "start": start with
    Define meaning of "start": Begin work or acting in a certain capacity, office or job. ; Begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object.
  14. Empecemos otra botella de vino!, Let's start another bottle of wine!
    Take up a position.
    Start a new job.
    Begin a cigar.
    She started the soup while it was still hot.
    We started physics in 10th grade.

  15. Translate "start" to Spanish: arrancar
    English Synonyms of "start": boot, boot up

  16. Translate "start" to Spanish: autoarrancar
    English Synonyms of "start": boot itself


  17. Translate "start" to Spanish: comenzar con
    English Synonyms of "start": start with
    Define meaning of "start": Begin work or acting in a certain capacity, office or job. ; Begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object.
  18. Take up a position.
    Start a new job.
    Begin a cigar.
    She started the soup while it was still hot.
    We started physics in 10th grade.

  19. Translate "start" to Spanish: entrar a, iniciar la asistencia a
  20. Entrar a trabajar , Start working=Entrar a clases=Start clases.

start  Noun
  1. Translate "start" to Spanish: principio, arranque, comienzo, iniciación, inicio, nacimiento, empiezo
    English Synonyms of "start": beginning, kickoff, commencement, early part, get-go, inception, kick-off
    Define meaning of "start": The act of starting something. ; The beginning of anything. ; The time at which something is supposed to begin.
  2. He was responsible for the beginning of negotiations.
    It was off to a good start.
    They got an early start.
    She knew from the get-go that he was the man for her.

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  3. Translate "start" to Spanish: punto de partida, línea de salida, punto de salida, salida
    English Synonyms of "start": starting point, beginning, jumping-off place, jumping-off point, point of departure, scratch line, starting line, starting post
    Define meaning of "start": A line indicating the location of the start of a race or a game.

  4. Translate "start" to Spanish: ignición, switch
    English Synonyms of "start": ignition switch, ignition
    Define meaning of "start": Switch that operates a solenoid that closes a circuit to operate the starter.

  5. Translate "start" to Spanish: sobresalto, susto, repente, respingo
    English Synonyms of "start": wince, turn, jump, scare, fright, jolt, recoiling, flinch, sudden impulse
    Define meaning of "start": A sudden involuntary movement.
  6. He awoke with a start.


  7. Translate "START" to Spanish: START, Tratado Estratégico de Reducción de Armamentos
    English Synonyms of "START": Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty

  8. Translate "start" to Spanish: salto rápido
    English Synonyms of "start": bolt
    Define meaning of "start": The act of moving with great haste.

start  Adjective
  1. Translate "start" to Spanish: de inicio
    English Synonyms of "start": entry-level, kick-off, kickoff


start  Interjection
  1. Translate "start" to Spanish: empieza ya de una vez
    English Synonyms of "start": go ahead and start, start already, what are you waiting for

Verb Conjugation for "start"
Gerund: starting

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Conceptually-related expressions of "start"
at the start
awaken with a start
bad start
be not enough to even start
be off to a bad start
begin at the start
begin at the very start
black start
bump start
business start-up
by fits and starts
by jumps and starts
code that starts
cold-start
cold start
cycle start date
dead start
do not rely only upon an early start
false start
five-pointed start
flying start
for a start
from the start
from the very start
get a start
get an early start
get off to a bad start
get off to a flying start
get off to a good start
get one's start
get to a start
give a start
give a sudden start
go ahead and start
good start
have a good start
have a head start
head start
housing starts
in fits and starts
instruction to repeat a passage from the start
it's never too late to start
jump-start
jump-start pushing
jump-start to
kick-start
kick-start pedal
late start date
let's start
make a fresh start
make a good start
make a good start on
make a quick and eager start
make a start
make a successful start
menu that appears when you press the start button
money needed for a new start
motor-start capacitor
nothing is easy at the start
odd start
push-start
quick-start
Quick Start Guide
ready-to-start
right from the start
right from the very start
rum start
running start
signal denoting a clearance to start
soft start
sudden start
the very start
the whole distance from the start
the whole road from the start
the whole way from the start
time to start over again
to start with
travel very fast to compensate for a slow start
until it starts boiling
very start
wake up with a start
wake with a start
warm start
which advances by fits and starts
Windows Start-up
with a start
work in fits and starts
work very fast to compensate for a slow start
you almost expect it to start talking
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