start\ out


start\ out
1. II
start out in some manner start out together (at full speed, etc.) отправляться вместе и т.д.
2. XIII
start out to do smth. coll. start out to write a novel (to become famous, to reform the world, etc.) собираться /намереваться/ написать роман и т.д.; I started out to say... я хотел было сказать...
3. XVI
start out on smth. start out on a tour (on a trip, etc.) отправиться в поездку и т.д., start out at some time start out at six (at midnight, etc.) отправляться /выезжать, выходить/ в шесть и т.д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • start out — {v.} 1. To begin to go somewhere. * /Bill started out for school on his bicycle./ * /Art started out on a voyage around the world./ Compare: SET OUT. 2. To begin a career or life. * /Harry started out as an errand boy in a business office./ * /We …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • start out — {v.} 1. To begin to go somewhere. * /Bill started out for school on his bicycle./ * /Art started out on a voyage around the world./ Compare: SET OUT. 2. To begin a career or life. * /Harry started out as an errand boy in a business office./ * /We …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • start out — start, begin, leave on a journey    Fill the tank with gas and check the oil before you start out …   English idioms

  • start out (or up) — embark on a venture or undertaking. → start …   English new terms dictionary

  • start out — ► start out (or up) embark on a venture or undertaking. Main Entry: ↑start …   English terms dictionary

  • start out — index arise (originate), depart, embark Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • start out — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms start out : present tense I/you/we/they start out he/she/it starts out present participle starting out past tense started out past participle started out 1) a) to begin as one thing and develop into… …   English dictionary

  • start out — verb 1. take the first step or steps in carrying out an action (Freq. 7) We began working at dawn Who will start? Get working as soon as the sun rises! The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia He began early in the day Let s get down to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • start\ out — v 1. To begin to go somewhere. Bill started out for school on his bicycle. Art started out on a voyage around the world. Compare: set out 2. To begin a career or life. Harry started out as an errand boy in a business office. We all start out in… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • start out — 1) PHRASAL VERB If someone or something starts out as a particular thing, they are that thing at the beginning although they change later. [V P as n] Daly was a fast talking Irish American who had started out as a salesman... [V P as n] What… …   English dictionary

  • start out — UK US start out Phrasal Verb with start({{}}/stɑːt/ verb ► [I] to begin to do something in business or a job, or to begin your working life in a particular way: »I learned that lesson three years after starting out in the venture capital business …   Financial and business terms

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