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1 Translation result for to start in Spanish

verb

start verb

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started, has started, is starting, starts
levantarse de un salto, sobresaltarse, dar un respingo; empezar, comenzar, iniciar; provocar, causar; salir (de viaje, etc.); fundar, montar, establecer; arrancar (dícese de un motor); arrancar, poner en marcha, encender

Example sentences of
start verb

  • They started clearing land for the new housing development.
  • He started studying music at the age of five.
  • As soon as you're ready to play, we'll start.
  • Let's start with some warm-up exercises.
  • He deleted what he wrote and started fresh.
  • Olympic athletes start young and train hard.
  • I started the quilt last month.
  • Have you started your book report?
  • We started the meeting at 6:30.
  • She started the meeting with a brief review of the previous meeting.

Detailed synonyms for start verb

See: Begin

Reverse translation for to start

empezar  - to start, to begin 
comenzar  - to begin, to start 
iniciar  - to initiate, to begin 
provocar  - to provoke, to cause, to provoke, to pique 
causar  - to cause, to provoke, to arouse 
salir  (de viaje, etc.) - to go out, to come out, to get out, to set out, to leave, to depart, to appear, to project, to stick out, to cost, to come to, to turn out, to prove, to come up, to occur 
fundar  - to found, to establish, to base 
montar  - to mount, to set up, to establish, to assemble, to put together, to edit (a film), to stage, to put on (a show), to cock (a gun) 
establecer  - to establish, to found, to set up 
arrancar  (dícese de un motor) - to pull out, to tear out, to start an engine, (figurative) to jump start, to pick, to pluck (a flower), to get going, to start (an engine), to boot (a computer) 
arrancar  - to pull out, to tear out, to start an engine, (figurative) to jump start, to pick, to pluck (a flower), to get going, to start (an engine), to boot (a computer) 
encender  - to light, to light, to set fire to, to switch on, to start (a motor), to arouse, to kindle 
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