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to start doing something new or different, especially in order to become more independent
to start doing something new or different
to be a pioneer doing something for the first time
to stop doing or using one thing and start doing or using something else
to stop doing one thing and start doing something different
to do an activity for the first time in order to find out whether you like it or are good at it
to start doing something completely new or different
to start doing something new, especially something that involves skill
to do something in order to find out what happens or to find out whether something is good, suitable, effective etc
to try doing a new activity for a time
a small electronic device which is taken into shops and links individual customers to advertisements …
the person who you are married to or are having a romantic relationship with. This word is polite...
the act or practice of telling the future using random items such as playing cards
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