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Dictionary French English: start

Translation 1 - 33 of 33

NOUN   a start | starts
VERB  to start | started | started ... 
SYNO   to commence | to embark on | to start ... 
commencer (qc.)
to start (sth.)
auto démarrer
to start
débuter [commencer]to start
tressauterto start [jump from fright etc.]
lancer qc. [programme, moteur]to start sth.
faire partir start sth.
instaurer start sth. [establish]
commencement {m}
début {m}start
soubresaut {m} [de personne, animal]start
sursaut {m}start
sport départ {m}start [starting line]
2 Words: Verbs
auto faire démarrer qc. avec des câblesto jump-start sth.
faire démarrer qc. (en le poussant)to push-start sth.
reprendre (qc.) [recommencer]to start (sth.) again
auto tech. mettre qc. en marcheto start (up) sth.
mil. pol. ouvrir les hostilitésto start hostilities
recommencerto start over
3 Words: Verbs
débuter par start (off) with sth.
hist. mil. pol. déclencher une guerreto start a war
ouvrir le ban (de réunion)to start the proceedings
se mettre à charcuter qn./ start to butcher sb./sth.
se mettre à parlerto start to speak
s'abandonner aux larmesto start weeping helplessly
3 Words: Nouns
amorce {f} de qc. [fig.] [début]the start of sth.
4 Words: Others
du début à la fin {adv}from start to finish {adv}
4 Words: Verbs
se réveiller en sursautto awake with a start
s'attaquer à qc. [tâche, lecture]to make a start on sth.
inaugurer qc. [période]to mark the start of sth.
s'éveiller en sursautto wake with a start
5+ Words: Others
loc. C'est bien parti.It's off to a good start.
5+ Words: Verbs
avoir une longueur d'avance (sur qn.)to have a head start (over sb.)
avoir longeur d'avance sur have a head start on sb.
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