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start
Definition:
Strategies for Teaching And Reaching for Talent

What does the acronym start stand for?

START abbreviation definitions:
–  Global Change System for Analysis, Research, and Training
–  Strategic Arms Reduction Talks

Synonyms:

noun
advantage
break, head start, vantage, sponsorship, helping hand, opportunity, edge, handicap, lead, backing, introduction, draw, chance, allowance, odds, bulge.
amazement
wonder.
beginning
dawn, spring, bow, origin, birth, nascency, kickoff, prelude, initiation, setting out, commencement, embryo, countdown, running start, derivation, first step, precursor, sprout, infancy, genesis, emergence, jump-off, day one, hatching, exit, babyhood, takeoff, introduction, leaving, earliness, creation, onset, embarkation, inception, start-off, alpha, nativity, flying start, foundation, source, cradle, conception, dawning, outset, preparation, square one, stem, opening, beginning, inauguration.
departure
egress, taking leave, walkout, setting out, sailings, embarkation, egression, egressions, setting forth, hegira, vanishing act, going away, conge, walkouts.
drawing board
planning stage, drafting board.
entrance
immigration, incomings, importations, importation, ingoing.
event
start.
flinch
jar, spasm, scare, twitch, shock, jump, convulsion, turn.
head
forefronts, fores, first place.
incipience
blastoffs, blastoff.
leap
jump.
leaving
departure.
onset
onfall.
outset
primordium.
prelude
Exordiums, Exordia, intro, prelusion, intros, exordium.
seed
ovule, semen, corn, spore, Spores, Corns, rudiment, sperms, ovules, sperm.
start
commencement, originate, embark on, beginning, part, offset, set forth, initiate, kickoff, outset, head start, depart, starting signal, lead off, begin, commence, starting, start out, set about, jump, starting time, set out, get, first, starting line, startle.
surprise
suddenness, Astoundment, precipitousness, epiphanies, curveball, eureka.
threshold
doorway, doorways, doorstep, point of departure, sill, doorsteps, sills.
vantage
vantage, pre-eminence, leg up, leg-up.
wonder
wonderings.
verb
begin
commence, prepare, develop, germinate, conceive, bud, induct, begin, hatch, undertake, inaugurate, create, originate, introduce, emerge, initiate, embark, form, initialize.
begin; come into existence
light, establish, introduce, depart, set out, lay foundation, commence, pioneer, launch, set up, come into being, institute, rouse, take first step, set in motion, appear, issue, enter upon, instigate, incite, go ahead, engender, originate, create, get under way, sally forth, found, turn on, hit the road, arouse, initiate, embark, activate, leave, make a beginning, see light, inaugurate, open, arise, rise, get going, take the plunge.
competition
start.
depart
push off.
flinch
bolt, jerk, recoil, startle, blanch, bound, squinch, quail, dart, jump the gun, shy, bounce, draw back, leap, blench, wince, buck, shrink.
originate
generate, invent, institute, produce.
reveal
open up.
withdraw
recoil.
Examples of usage:
  1. Before you start off this evening, tell Mr. Lessingham the truth, whatever it may be, the truth which you haven't told me. – The Zeppelin's Passenger by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  2. She gave a great start. – The Way of an Eagle by Ethel M. Dell
  3. I can't get back here until the next day, but I want to start as early as possible. – Running Sands by Reginald Wright Kauffman
  4. Clode turned with a start. – The New Rector by Stanley J. Weyman
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