- To enter to start
- having or commence an independent or first existence to take increase to start
- end up being the first item or point, constitute the start or start, come first-in a string
- have a beginning, in a-temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense
- have a newbie characterized in some specific way
- have actually a new, of a temporal event
- attain or achieve at all degree, frequently used in the negative
- start a conference which implied and tied to the type or inherent function of the direct object
- commence to talk, understand, review, and compose a language
- start to speak or say
- put in place, cause to start out
- take the first faltering step or tips in undertaking an activity
- Israeli statesman (born in Russia) who (as prime minister of Israel) negotiated a peace pact with Anwar Sadat (then the president of Egypt) (1913-1992)
- To have or start an unbiased or first existence; to simply take rise; to start.
- To do 1st work and/or first part of an action; to enter upon or commence one thing brand-new, as a fresh form or state to be, or strategy; to take the first rung on the ladder; to start out.
- To enter on; to start.
- To locate or set the inspiration of; to help make or place a beginning of.
Old English beginnan "to begin, attempt, undertake," an uncommon term next to the more usual form onginnan (class III powerful verb; past anxious ongann, previous participle ongunnen); from bi- (see be-) + western Germanic *ginnan, of obscure meaning and discovered only in substances, possibly "to start, start" (compare Old High German in-ginnan "to cut open, open," additionally "begin, undertake"), with sense development from "open" to "begin." Cognates elsewhere in Germanic include Old Frisian biginna "to begin with," Middle Dutch beghinnen, Old tall German beginnan, German beginnen, Old Frisian bijenna "to begin," Gothic duginnan.
(v. i.) to own or start an unbiased or first existence; to just take rise; to start.
- (v. i.) to-do the very first act or even the very first element of an action; to enter upon or commence anything brand-new, as a kind or condition of being, or plan of action; to take the first step; to start.
- (v. t.) To enter on; to start.
- (v. t.) To locate or set the inspiration of; in order to make or place a beginning of.
- (letter.) Beginning.
But as the attack on our left flank took place in the evening after the retreat of our rear guard (that is, immediately after the fight at Gridneva), and as the Russian commanders did not wish, or were not in time, to begin a general engagement then on the evening of the twenty-fourth, the first and chief action of the battle of Borodino was already lost on the twenty-fourth, and obviously led to the loss of the one fought on the twenty-sixth.