startverb

  • ja始める、開始する
  • ento begin doing something or to cause something to begin

Examples

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1.
You work out, obviously.
2.
I'm gonna start soon.
3.
You're gonna start working out?
4.
Yeah, you should do something about that.
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1.
Let's get started.
2.
Five, six.
3.
Five, six, seven, eight.
4.
Okay, I'm not getting this!
5.
I'm totally getting it!
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0:20 / --:--
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1.
The old world grows weak.
2.
And the fire that we are about to start will destroy everything that still remains.
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1:04 / --:--
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1.
And the best way to start is to hit "Start."
2.
And up comes the toolbar.
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1:51 / --:--
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1.
And why is Cheddar wearing a beret?
2.
Uh, Kevin saw your photos and was amused.
3.
So we started an Instagram account for Cheddar who now has over 14,000 followers.
4.
- Oh! - Ooh-wee!
5.
It's an incredible feeling.
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0:00 / --:--
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1.
Good morning, Moordale.
2.
Today, we shall be hearing from a sexual health expert.
3.
I'm here to start an open conversation about S-E-X.