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start

美 [stɑrt]
英 [stɑː(r)t]
  • v.开始;启动;出发;发动
  • n.开始;起点;开端;开头
  • abbr.(=Strategic Arms Reduction Talks)战略武器削减谈判
  • 网络实达;起动;开始键
第三人称单数:starts  现在分词:starting  过去式:started  
start
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v.
做事doing sth
1.
[t][i]
开始,着手,动手(做或使用)to begin doing or using sth
I start work at nine.
我每天九点开始工作。
He's just started a new job.
他刚刚着手一项新工作。
I only started(= began to read) this book yesterday.
我昨天才开始看这本书。
We need to start(= begin using) a new jar of coffee.
我们得新开一罐咖啡了。
The kids start school next week.
孩子们下星期开学。
It started to rain.
下起雨来了。
Mistakes were starting to creep in.
不知不觉间,开始出错了。
She started laughing.
她笑了起来。
It's a long story. Where shall I start?
说来话长。我该从哪儿说起呢?
It's time you started on your homework.
你该做功课了。
Can you start(= a new job) on Monday?
你可以星期一就来上班吗?
Let's start by reviewing what we did last week.
我们开始先来复习一下上星期学的内容。
The best professional musicians start young .
卓有成就的音乐家很早就接触音乐。
发生happening
2.
[i][t]
(使)发生,开始进行to start happening; to make sth start happening
When does the class start?
什么时候上课?
Have you any idea where the rumour started?
你知不知道谣言是从哪儿传出来的?
Who started the fire?
谁放的火?
Do you start the day with a good breakfast?
你早晨起来会先好好吃一顿早饭吗?
You're always trying to start an argument.
你总是想挑起争论。
The news started me thinking.
那条消息让我思考起来。
机器;车辆machine/vehicle
3.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
开动;发动;启动when youstart a machine or a vehicle or itstarts , it begins to operate
Start the engines!
发动引擎!
I can't get the car started.
这辆车我发动不起来。
The car won't start.
这辆车发动不起来。
存在existing
4.
[i][t]
(使)出现;发起;创办;开办to begin to exist; to make sth begin to exist
There are a lot of small businesses starting up in that area.
小型企业在那一地区大量涌现。
They decided to start a catering business.
他们决定开办一家酒席承办公司。
旅行journey
5.
[i]
~ (out)
出发;动身;起程to begin a journey; to leave
What time are we starting tomorrow?
我们明天什么时候出发?
going/walking
6.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
起身走向;向…而去to begin to move in a particular direction
I started after her(= began to follow her) to tell her the news.
我起身朝她追去,好把消息告诉她。
He started for the door, but I blocked his way.
他向门口走去,但我挡住了他的去路。
方式;地方;层次in particular way/from place/level
7.
[i][t]
以…起步(或起家);起初是to begin, or to begin sth such as a career, in a particular way that changed later
She started as a secretary but ended up running the department.
她起初只是一个秘书,但最后掌管起了整个部门。
The company started out with 30 employees.
公司创业之初只有 30 名员工。
He started life as a teacher before turning to journalism.
他开始当过教师,后来改行搞起了新闻。
8.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(从…)开始;(由…)起to begin from a particular place, amount or situation
The trail starts just outside the town.
小径从刚出城的地方开始。
Hotel prices start at €50 a night for a double room.
旅馆的双人房间一宿 50 欧元起价。
The evening started badly when the speaker failed to turn up.
那天晚上的活动一开始挺糟糕,因为演讲者没有来。
突然一动move suddenly
9.
[i]
突然一惊to move suddenly and quickly because you are surprised or afraid
The sudden noise made her start.
突如其来的声音吓了她一跳。
IDM
Don't start! I told you I'd be late.
别抱怨啦!我跟你说过我要迟到的。
dont (you) start
(informal)
(制止某人抱怨或挑剔)别抱怨,别挑剔used to tell sb not to complain or be critical
Don't start! I told you I'd be late.
别抱怨啦!我跟你说过我要迟到的。
It's nearly ten o'clock. Let's get started.
快十点了,咱们开始吧。
get started
(使)开始;着手;动手to begin doing sth
It's nearly ten o'clock. Let's get started.
快十点了,咱们开始吧。
‘Stop fighting, you two!’ ‘He started it!’
“你们俩,别打了!”“是他先动手的!”
you, he, she, etc. started it
(informal)
是你(或他、她等)挑起来的you, he, she, etc. began a fight or an argument
‘Stop fighting, you two!’ ‘He started it!’
“你们俩,别打了!”“是他先动手的!”
start something
(informal)
制造麻烦;惹是生非to cause trouble
To start with it's much too expensive…
首先是太贵…
The club had only six members to start with.
这家俱乐部起初仅有六名会员。
I'll have melon to start with.
我要先吃甜瓜。
She wasn't keen on the idea to start with.
她一开始并不喜欢这个主意。
to start with
(给出首要理由)首先,第一used when you are giving the first and most important reason for sth
To start with it's much too expensive…
首先是太贵…
起初;开始时at the beginning
The club had only six members to start with.
这家俱乐部起初仅有六名会员。
I'll have melon to start with.
我要先吃甜瓜。
She wasn't keen on the idea to start with.
她一开始并不喜欢这个主意。
n.
开始beginning
1.
[c][ususing]
开头;开端the point at which sth begins
a perfect start to the day
那一天的美好开端
Things didn't look too hopeful at the start of the year.
在年初,情况显得并不十分乐观。
The meeting got off to a good/bad start(= started well/badly) .
会议有一个良好的╱糟糕的开端。
The trip was a disaster from start to finish .
那次旅行从头到尾糟糕透顶。
We've had problems (right) from the start .
我们从(一)开始就遇到了困难。
This could be the start of something big.
这或许是要有大事的苗头。
2.
[sing]
开始the act or process of beginning sth
I'll paint the ceiling if you make a start on the walls.
你要是动手刷墙,我就刷天花板吧。
I want to make an early start in the morning.
我想早上早点儿出发。
She's moving abroad to make a fresh start(= to begin a new life) .
她要移居国外,开始新的生活。
机会opportunity
3.
[c][ususing]
起始优势;良好的基础条件the opportunity that you are given to begin sth in a successful way
They worked hard to give their children a good start in life .
他们力争为孩子们的人生奠定一个良好的基础。
The job gave him his start in journalism.
那份工作是他加入新闻界的开始。
比赛in race
4.
[sing]
起点the place where a race begins
The runners lined up at the start.
赛跑运动员在起跑线上一字排开。
5.
[c][ususing]
起点优势(时间或距离)an amount of time or distance that sb has as an advantage over other people at the beginning of a race
She went into the second round with a five-minute start on the rest of the cyclists.
她进入了第二轮时,比其他自行车选手领先五分钟。
I gave the younger children a start.
我让年幼的孩子提前起跑。
6.
[c][usupl]
(参加的)比赛a race or competition that sb has taken part in
She has been beaten only once in six starts.
她参加了六次比赛,只败过一次。
突然一动sudden movement
7.
[c][ususing]
突然一惊an act of moving your body quickly and suddenly because you are surprised, afraid, etc.
She woke from the dream with a start .
她猛地一惊,从梦中醒来。
You gave me quite a start!
你吓了我一大跳!
IDM
I'm not working there─for a start, it's too far to travel.
我不去那边干活儿。首先,路太远,去不了。
for a start
(informal)
(强调一系列理由、意见等的第一条)首先used to emphasize the first of a list of reasons, opinions, etc.
I'm not working there─for a start, it's too far to travel.
我不去那边干活儿。首先,路太远,去不了。

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