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to start doing something
to begin working on something or dealing with something
to begin doing something, especially in a determined or enthusiastic way
to start doing something seriously or with a lot of effort
to do something after you have intended to do it for some time
to start doing a particular activity or being in a particular state
to begin to do something that someone else was doing
used for saying that someone begins to do something
to start doing something regularly as a habit, job, or interest
to start doing something in a very enthusiastic way
in an online conversation, repeatedly asking a person questions which suggest that you are interested in what they are talking about, but are actually intended to annoy them
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an electric skateboard
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