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|present participle||starting off|
|past tense||started off|
|past participle||started off|
We don't want to start off a riot.
She started off well, but slowed down halfway through the race.
Let's start off with a few questions from the audience.
Take care what you say or you'll start her off again.
This is the British English definition of start off. View American English definition of start off.