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At the start of the final year, students do work experience.
The revolutions of 1848 marked the start of a fascinating period in world history.
This could be the start of a beautiful friendship.
The operation takes about 15 minutes from start to finish.
There’s no better start to the day than a healthy breakfast.
Hakkinen had a great start and was in second place by the first corner.
Waddle has made an excellent start to his new career.
The start has been brought forward by 30 minutes.
Liverpool gave Jamie Redknapp his first start of the season against Fulham.
The women runners are given a 50-metre start.
She travelled to Hong Kong, hoping for a new start.
The money she lent him would give him a fresh start.
She gave a nervous start as the door suddenly opened.
A noise in the road gave us all a start.
She woke with a start from her dream.
She got off to a slow start in her election campaign.
The Games are off to a flying start with a new world record in the women’s marathon.
I hated her right from the start.
This is the British English definition of start. View American English definition of start.