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begin to perform the first step in a process; start. [3/6 definitions]
beginning (sometimes pl.) the first part or origin of a thing or process; start. [1/2 definitions]
boot in computing, to start up (a computer or a program) by loading the operating system or providing the initial instructions (often fol. by "up"). [2/10 definitions]
boot up in computing, to start up (a computer or a program) by loading the operating system or installing the initial instructions.
broad jump in track competition, a jump for distance with a running start; a former name for long jump. [1/2 definitions]
burgeon to start to grow; send forth shoots, leaves, buds, or the like (often fol. by "out" or "forth"). [1/2 definitions]
cam in machinery, a noncircular disc or cylinder that, when rotated, imparts an up-and-down or start-and-stop motion to a connected part.
Cambrian of, relating to, or designating the geological period at the start of the Paleozoic Era, from approximately 600 million to 500 million years ago, when marine animals such as trilobites were in abundance. [1/2 definitions]
catch fire to start to burn.
come to blows to start to fight, esp. physically.
commence to begin or have a beginning; start.
crank to turn (a shaft) by use of a mechanical crank, or start (an engine) by use of a crank or other device. [1/6 definitions]
dawn to start to become light in the morning. [2/5 definitions]
fire to start to burn; become ignited. [1/15 definitions]
firebomb a bomb designed to start a fire; incendiary bomb. [1/2 definitions]
firstly to start with; first.
flush3 to frighten from cover or cause to start up or take flight. [2/3 definitions]
flying start a quick start or beginning, as in a race, project, or the like. [2 definitions]
front money money that is paid in advance, esp. to start a project.
germinate to start or cause to start a process of growth or development; sprout.
get to begin the doing of something; start. [1/17 definitions]