begin

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  • When were this both series begun and when will this both series end?
  • Begin would meet almost no one other than close friends or family.
  • The band is set to begin writing a new record this year.
  • They may return to the original land several years later and begin the process again.
  • He dropped out of secondary school to begin his career in that field.
  • The moment that a forward pass begins is important to the game.
  • The game begins near a white house in a small, self-contained area.
  • He or she begins the story young, if not as an actual child.
  • We look at each character and change state if it begins or ends a word.
  • Each player begins the game with three to six cards in his hand.
  • Pre-production began in late spring with recording finishing up in early summer.
  • The other three changed sides, and began to work for the opposition.
  • Government officials said that they saw no reason to begin a new investigation.
  • And having begun He could give the final victory to either side any day.
  • Students begin studying their first foreign language in their second year of primary school.
  • By the start of the twenty-first century, numbers had begun to increase again.
  • Whether this is public or private information should be agreed upon between players before the game begins.
  • In contrast, running begins when both feet are off the ground with each step.
  • Museum creation begins with a museum plan, created through a museum planning process.
  • When one player has been reduced to three men, phase three begins.
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Meaning of begin

  • noun Israeli statesman (born in russia) who (as prime minister of israel) negotiated a peace treaty with anwar sadat (then the president of egypt) (1913-1992)
  • verb Have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense
    The DMZ begins right over the hill, The second movement begins after the Allegro, Prices for these homes start at $250,000
  • verb Set in motion, cause to start
    The U.S. started a war in the Middle East, The Iraqis began hostilities, begin a new chapter in your life
  • verb Begin to speak or say
    Now listen, friends," he began
  • verb Be the first item or point, constitute the beginning or start, come first in a series
    The number `one' begins the sequence, A terrible murder begins the novel, The convocation ceremony officially begins the semester
  • verb Have a beginning, of a temporal event
    WW II began in 1939 when Hitler marched into Poland, The company's Asia tour begins next month
  • verb Have a beginning characterized in some specified way
    The novel begins with a murder, My property begins with the three maple trees, Her day begins with a workout, The semester begins with a convocation ceremony
  • verb Begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object
    begin a cigar, She started the soup while it was still hot, We started physics in 10th grade
  • verb Achieve or accomplish in the least degree, usually used in the negative
    This economic measure doesn't even begin to deal with the problem of inflation, You cannot even begin to understand the problem we had to deal with during the war
  • verb Begin to speak, understand, read, and write a language
    She began Russian at an early age, We started French in fourth grade