start

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Перевод:

Noun: начало запуск старт толчок
Verb: начинать начинаться стартовать заводить

Фразы:

the campaign got off to a good start - кампания началась успешно

to start a car in gear - запускать автомобиль на скорости

to run / start the engine - запускать, заводить двигатель

to start the engine light - запускать двигатель без нагрузки

to pick / provoke / start a fight - начинать, провоцировать драку

to start a file - начинать дело

to start for - направиться в

to start car in gear - запускать двигатель на скорости

to start all over again - начать всё сначала

to initiate / start litigation - возбудить судебный процесс

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Примеры:

Who will start? - Кто начнёт?

It's starting to rain. - Начинается дождь.

When can you start? - Когда вы можете приступить к работе?

The train has just started. - Поезд только что ушёл.

He woke with a start. - Он вздрогнул и проснулся.

Dance classes start at 5:15. - Занятия танцами начинаются в пять-пятнадцать.

Where did the rumour start? - Откуда пошёл этот слух?

A loud knock at the door made her start. - Громкий стук в дверь заставил её вздрогнуть.

Then the baby started crying. - Потом ребёнок начал плакать.

Lessons start at 9 o'clock. - Уроки начинаются в девять часов.

The engine won't start. - Двигатель не запускается. / Мотор не заводится.

How did the fire start? - Как начался пожар?

Let's make a start, shall we? - Ну что, начнём?

What time does the film start? - Когда начинается этот фильм?

I'll start at the very beginning. - Я начну с самого начала.

He gave me a head start. - Он дал мне фору.

It was off to a good start. - Это было неплохое начало.

Right then, shall we start? - Ну что же, приступим?

We started the meeting at 6:30. - Мы начали встречу в шесть-тридцать.

The film starts at 5 o'clock. - Фильм начинается в пять часов.

Wait! Don't start the engine yet. - Подождите! Не запускайте пока мотор.

The plan was doomed from the start. - План был обречён с самого начала.

Who started this company? - Кто основал эту компанию?

He got off to a flying start. - Он начал блестяще.

He gave me a start of 10 yards. - Он дал мне десять ярдов форы.

Start by jotting down a few ideas. - Для начала набросайте несколько идей.

the start of a détente - начало разрядки

We're off to a fast start. - Мы начали быстро.

I started college last week. - На прошлой неделе я пошёл в колледж.

The trainees start next week. - Практиканты приступают к работе на следующей неделе.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you start off by doing something, you do it as the first part of an activity.

If you start on something that needs to be done, you start dealing with it.

If someone or something starts out as a particular thing, they are that thing at the beginning although they change later.

If you start over or start something over, you begin something again from the beginning.

The start-up costs of something such as a new business or new product are the costs of starting to run or produce it.

Связанные термины:

new start: an employee who has just joined a company or organization

start in: to undertake (something or doing something); commence or begin

start off: If you start off by doing something, you do it as the first part of an activity.

start on: If you start on something that needs to be done, you start dealing with it.

start out: If someone or something starts out as a particular thing, they are that thing at the beginning although they change later .

start up: The start-up costs of something such as a new business or new product are the costs of starting to run or produce it.

tow-start: the act of making the engine of a vehicle begin to work by towing that vehicle with another vehicle

bump start: a method of starting a motor vehicle by engaging a low gear with the clutch depressed and pushing it or allowing it to run down a hill until sufficient momentum has been acquired to turn the engine by releasing the clutch

cold start: the reloading of a program or operating system

false start: A false start is an attempt to start something, such as a speech, project, or plan, which fails because you were not properly prepared or ready to begin.

head start: If you have a head start on other people, you have an advantage over them in something such as a competition or race .

hill start: the act of starting a car or other vehicle on an incline

jump start: To jump-start a vehicle which has a flat battery means to make the engine start by getting power from the battery of another vehicle, using special cables called jump leads.

kick-start: To kick-start a process that has stopped working or progressing is to take a course of action that will quickly start it going again.

push-start: to start (a motor vehicle) by pushing it while it is in gear, thus turning the engine

start over: If you start over or start something over, you begin something again from the beginning .

stop-start: frequently stopping then starting again

flying start: (in sprinting ) a start by a competitor anticipating the starting signal

housing start: an instance of beginning the construction of a dwelling

for a start: in the first place

standing start: the start of a race where participants begin from a standing or upright position

start a hare: to introduce a new idea or topic which other people become interested in

start something: to cause a disturbance or trouble

start-up costs: the costs of setting up a business or other project

start-up money: money that is spent on setting up a new business or other project

stop-and-start: frequently stopping then starting again

to start with: To start with means at the very first stage of an event or process.

low-start mortgage: a mortgage in which interest only is repaid for a fixed period at the outset, to make it more affordable

start from scratch: to create something completely new, rather than adding to something that already exists

start-up capital: capital used to set up a new business

start-up company: a company which has recently been set up

for a start/to start with: You use for a start or to start with to introduce the first of a number of things or reasons that you want to mention or could mention.

start the ball rolling: to open or initiate (an action, discussion, movement, etc)

start life to begin life: If something starts life or begins life as a particular thing, it is that thing when it first starts to exist .

start with a clean sheet: to be allowed to forget previous debts or mistakes, and so be given a new chance to succeed at something

get off to a good/bad start: If you get off to a good start, you are successful in the early stages of doing something. If you get off to a bad start, you are not successful in the early stages of doing something.

start off on the right foot: to immediately have success when you begin to do something

to get off to a flying start: If someone or something gets off to a flying start, or makes a flying start, they start very well, for example in a race or a new job .

get the ball rolling/set the ball rolling to start the ball rolling: If you get the ball rolling, set the ball rolling, or start the ball rolling, you start something happening .

get in on the ground floor: to get involved from the very beginning with something, especially something that is likely to be profitable for you

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Однокоренные слова:

start back - отскочить назад, отпрянуть, отшатываться
start in - начинать, приниматься
start off - начинать, начинаться
start out - начинать, отправляться в путь, собираться сделать
start up - пускать, появляться, пускать в ход, вскакивать, вскочить, возникать, бросаться

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