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  • He made his international debut in the starting line-up for that match.
  • He was included in the starting line-up of players for that match.
  • In the following season he becomes a regular in the starting line-up.
  • He was in the starting line-up for the next three games.
  • He was in the starting line-up and played the whole match.
  • Care must be taken to prevent two songs from starting at the same time.
  • As soon as he signed, he became a regular in the starting line-up.
  • He played in the starting line-up in the second game against Japan.
  • The final against Italy was her only game in the starting line-up.
  • At this level students could start to move on their own.
  • Activities on the ice are just about to be started up in London.
  • It could take several days after a user signed up before it started working.
  • He also helped with the development of the head start program.
  • Here he quickly became a part of the starting line-up.
  • He was named on the starting line-up for the game.
  • It was also frequently played at the start or end of official functions.
  • As for the marriage itself, it was a failure from the very start.
  • A full public service did not start for several months.
  • Then when some regions started running out of network numbers, the following was also used.
  • The region has experienced extensive changes over the years, starting after the battle.
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Meaning of start

  • noun The beginning of anything
    it was off to a good start
  • noun A turn to be a starter (in a game at the beginning)
    he got his start because one of the regular pitchers was in the hospital, his starting meant that the coach thought he was one of their best linemen
  • noun A line indicating the location of the start of a race or a game
  • noun The advantage gained by beginning early (as in a race)
    with an hour's start he will be hard to catch
  • verb Get off the ground
    Who started this company?, We embarked on an exciting enterprise, I start my day with a good breakfast, We began the new semester, The afternoon session begins at 4 PM, The blood shed started when the partisans launched a surprise attack
  • verb Get going or set in motion
    We simply could not start the engine, start up the computer
  • verb Begin or set in motion
    I start at eight in the morning, Ready, set, go!
  • verb Begin work or acting in a certain capacity, office or job
    Take up a position, start a new job
  • verb Play in the starting lineup
  • verb Bulge outward
    His eyes popped