- 吃惊，惊起 ，使惊跳
- 使出发， 使动身
- =Strategic Arms Reduction Talks 削减战略武器会谈
- vt. & vi. 开始 begin
- vt. & vi. 出发; 启程 begin a journey
- vt. 开办,创办 bring into existence; enable to begin
- [C] 开始,开端; 出发 a beginning of activity or development
- [C] 起点,出发点 a place of starting
- [C] 抢先之量; 先走〔跑〕之时〔距离〕 the amount by which one person is ahead of another
- [C] 吃惊,惊起 a sudden uncontrolled movement, especially of surprise
the beginning of anything;
"it was off to a good start"
the time at which something is supposed to begin;
"they got an early start"
"she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her"
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"
a sudden involuntary movement;
"he awoke with a start"
the act of starting something;
"he was responsible for the beginning of negotiations"
a line indicating the location of the start of a race or a game
a signal to begin (as in a race);
"the starting signal was a green light"
"the runners awaited the start"
the advantage gained by beginning early (as in a race);
"with an hour's start he will be hard to catch"
take the first step or steps in carrying out an action;
"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 work now"
set in motion, cause to start;
"The U.S. started a war in the Middle East"
"The Iraqis began hostilities"
"begin a new chapter in your life"
"The family took off for Florida"
have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense;
"The DMZ begins right over the hill"
"The second movement begins after the Allegro"
"Prices for these homes start at $250,000"
bring into being;
"He initiated a new program"
"Start a foundation"
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"
move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm;
"She startled when I walked into the room"
get going or set in motion;
"We simply could not start the engine"
"start up the computer"
begin or set in motion;
"I start at eight in the morning"
"Ready, set, go!"
begin work or acting in a certain capacity, office or job;
"Take up a position"
"start a new job"
play in the starting lineup
have a beginning characterized in some specified way;
"The novel begins with a murder"
"My property begins with the three maple trees"
"Her day begins with a workout"
"The semester begins with a convocation ceremony"
begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object;
"begin a cigar"
"She started the soup while it was still hot"
"We started physics in 10th grade"
"His eyes popped"
- It started to rain.
- I used to start work at 9 o'clock every day.
- We are just about to start.
- She started at the sound of my voice.
- He knew from the start the idea was hopeless.
- What a start you gave me!
- He has a good start in business.
- The money gave him just the start he needed.
- Well,I think we ought to be starting.
- The ship started.
- When the rain started the crowd swarmed back into the hotel.
- He says he can smell out trouble before it starts.
- It's no good sighing about your failure, it is better to start again.
- The car will not start.
- The engine won't start.
- At last the bus started.
- Someone spoke to me suddenly and I started.
- Her mother started when she heard the door open.
- He started at a loud noise.
- We start tomorrow.
- I start to earn my own living this very afternoon.
- When are you starting?
- The train is starting in five minutes.
- If you want to be a champion swimmer you've got to start young.
- Once he started a job, he saw it through till it was finished.
- We started the climb in the early morning of the next day.
- The enemy were still asleep when we started the attack.
- Let's start the meal. Who is going to serve?
- Will you please start this engine?
- Before you start the truck, you must check the engine.
- We'll start our journey as soon as you are ready.
- A rich man started the enterprise.
- What started the fire?
- A single spark can start a prairie fire.
- We made a loud cry to start the hare.
- The fire was started by a small child who had set some paper alight while playing with matches.
- Next, they started to construct the main canal.
- When shall we start to get in the rice?
- The students started to switch off after the first speech.
- Adden switched off the radio and started to concentrate on his homework.
- They have started to survey the country that the new motorway will pass through.
- People started to stock up when a shortage of food was reported.
- The ice started to melt.
- The wounds started to bleed again.
- The rubber trees they had planted were just starting to yield.
- As soon as we got there, it started raining.
- They started working harder than ever.
- She picked her embroidery and started stitching.
- She started working at the mill at 13, just after liberation.
- His criticism started me thinking seriously.
- Any such news would start him worrying.
- It might be desirable to start the class discussing the different characters in a novel.
- He quickly started the engine working by pressing a button.
- You slide your coin into the machine here, and that is supposed to start it working.
- It was love from the very start.
- Everything is difficult at the start.
- The new system was confronted with great difficulties at the start.
- We're only at the start in our house-hunting.
- The runners lined up at the start.
- From the start, the plan was doomed to failure.
- They were bent on an early start the next day.
- An early start will get us well ahead before the crowds.
- We've made a good start; now it's time to consolidate.
- The project jumped off to a good start.
- After a slow start, the team really opened up and hit 180 in two hours.
- Let's see how fast you can pick up from a standing start.
- It's getting late; we'd better make a start on the cooking.
- “How much start did they give you?”“Not much,only 10 yards.”
- They didn't give him much start.
- The thieves have a three-hour start on us so their track will be hard to follow.
- I woke up from the bad dream with a start.
- She gave a shuddering start as she became aware of someone standing behind her.
- We missed the start of the movie.
- The sound of the gun was the signal for the start of the race.
- You must enroll your child before the start of the school term.
- start back (v.+adv.)
后退; 突然后退 recoil; move back suddenlyThe noise made him start back.他一听到那吵闹声就退了回去。
- start for (v.+prep.)
动身去 begin a journey to a place
start for sth
I am on the point of starting for London.
He started for his holiday with a light heart.
- start in (v.+adv.)
开始工作〔活动,做事〕 begin work, activity, or doing sth
If we start in at once, we can get the job finished early.
The children started in on the food without waiting for an invitation.
- start off (v.+adv.)
迅速跑开 move quickly away
They started off at dawn next day.
Don't start off without telling me.
别不告诉我一声就出发。start sth ⇔ off with sth
Let's start the party off with a song.
让我们首先唱支歌儿来开始今天的聚会。start off by v-ing
I'll start off by using this piece of wood.
The story-teller started off by describing a beautiful princess.
The rabbit started off as soon as it smelt the dogs.
A hare started off into the forest.
- start out (v.+adv.)
开始〔着手〕做 begin with the intention
My younger sister started out for school on her bicycle.
我妹妹骑自行车出发到学校去了。start out to-v
He started out to write a novel.
We must start out to support the just struggle.
- start out of (v.+adv.+prep.)
突然离开(某处) leave somewhere suddenly
start out of sth
His eyes nearly started out of his head when he saw the terrible sight.
Blood started out of the wound.
- start over (v.+adv.)
重新开始 begin again
After the fire, we had to start over and build the business again from the beginning.
Let's start over and see if we can get it right this time.
- start something
惹事,惹麻烦 begin a fight, an argument, trouble, etc.
- start up (v.+adv.)
开始; 着手 begin; open; undertake
He started up in alarm.
A hare started up at his feet and raced off.
The sudden ringing of the telephone made me start up.
The machines all started up at the same time.
机器都在同一时刻开始了运转。start sth ⇔ up
She started the car up.
We couldn't start up the tractor this morning.
今天早晨我们没能够把拖拉机发动起来。start sth ⇔ up
He has started up a new business.
They have decided to start up a nursery in the factory.
- for a start
首先 as a first point
- from start to finish
自始至终 all the time
- get off to a good〔bad〕, etc. start
开始时很好〔不好等〕 start well, badly, etc.
- make a fresh start
重新做; 白手起家 start from the beginning
- start a dinner 开始吃饭
- start a discussion 开始讨论
- start a dog 惊动狗
- start a hare 惊动野兔
- start a machine 发动机器
- start a motor 发动马达
- start a race 开始赛跑
- start a season 开始一个季节
- start a shop 开始营业
- start a war 发动战争
- start air services 开办航空业务
- start car 发动汽车
- start climb 开始攀登
- start enterprise 创办企业
- start fire 引起火灾
- start firm 创办公司
- start newspaper 创办报纸
- start school 开始上学
- start the engine 发动机器
- start the war 引起战争
- start work 开始工作
- start blindly 盲目地开始
- start bravely 勇敢地开始
- start completely 完全开始
- start decisively 果断地开始
- start deliberately 审慎地开始
- start distractedly 思想不集中地开始
- start dramatically 戏剧性地开始
- start elatedly 兴高采烈地开始
- start fitfully 间歇性地开始
- start immediately 立即开始
- start impetuously 急躁地开始
- start impulsively 冲动地开始
- start involuntarily 不情愿地开始
- start jauntily 满怀信心地开始
- start painfully 痛苦地开始
- start passively 被动地开始
- start patiently 耐心地开始
- start peacefully 平静地开始
- start philosophically 冷静地开始
- start pleasantly 高兴地开始
- start precipitately 突然地开始
- start quickly 迅速地开始
- start recklessly 轻率地开始
- start reluctantly 勉强地开始
- start scientifically 科学地开始
- start simultaneously 同时开始
- start suddenly 突然开始
- start fearfully 可怕地开始
- start temporarily 暂时开始
- start violently 猛烈地开始
- start in to rain 下起雨来
- start off 开始出发,动身
- start out 开始,着手,出发
- start out to write a novel 着手写小说
- start up 开动,惊跳起来
- start back for 动身回…去
- start in on sb 开始责备某人
- start off at one's work 开始工作
- start off for a journey 启程
- start off for Beijing 动身去北京
- start off with 从…开始
- start out of one's sleep 从睡梦中惊醒
- start out of the head 从头上蹦出来
- start out of the wound 从伤口流出
- start up from the seat 从座位上惊跳起来
- start as 以…开始
- start as a secretary 开始当秘书
- start as workers 开始当工人
- start for 动身去(某处)
- start for the airport 动身去机场
- start from 从(某处)出发
- start from a small village 从一个小村子出发
- start from one's chair 从椅子上跳起
- start from the bushes 从灌木里冲出
- start from the house 从家里出发
- start from the idea 从这个想法出发
- start from sleep 惊醒
- start from the station 从车站出发
- start in 使着手做一件工作
- start in business 开始营业
- start in life 步入人生
- start sb in business 借钱使某人做生意
- start on 着手做(某事)
- start on a tour in China 开始在中国的旅游
- start on another case 着手办另一件案子
- start on one's journey 开始旅行
- start with 从…开始,从…着手
- start with a slight cough 从轻微咳嗽开始
- get the start of sb 比某人领先,占某人的上风
- give sb a start 吓某人一跳
- have the start of sb 比某人领先,占某人的上风
- make a bad start 开端坏
- make a good start 开端好
- make a new start 重新开始
- take a fresh start 重新开始
- answering start 相应的开端
- convulsive start 骤然启动
- guilty start 有罪的开端
- hopeful start 有希望的开端
- infinite start 无限的震惊
- involuntary start 不由自主的开端
- longing start 渴望的开端
- painful start 痛苦的开端
- palpable start 明显的开端
- reluctant start 勉强的开端
- slight start 轻微的一惊
- sudden start 突如其来的震惊
- terrified start 受惊的跳起
- theatrical start 戏剧性的开端
- tremulous start 激动的开端
- trouble start 伤脑筋的开端
- undisguised start 不加掩饰的惊异
- wrong start 错误的开端
- after the start of the war 战争开始后
- at the start 当初
- for a start 首先,第一点
- from start to finish 自始至终
- with a start 猛地,吃惊地
- awake with a start 惊醒
With a start, Nat Abrahams became aware of Wanda's presence behind him.出自： I. Wallace
I fell asleep, only to wake with a start.出自： W. Styron
She had seen Meg..start suddenly out of a thicket.出自： Sir W. Scott
At intervals, some bird..Starts into voice.出自： Byron
At the inevitable hour, Laurel started from her bed.出自： E. Welty
- start的基本意思是“从静止状态转移到运动状态”,可指工作、活动等的开始; 战争、火灾等的发生; 也可指人开始工作,着手某项活动等; 还可指人、事物使某事情发生或引起某事情。
I aw starting for Shanghai tomorrow.
I start tomorrow.
He started (in/out) the task at once.
- start有如下搭配：start doing， start to do， start in，start in doing；
- at the start与from the start之间的区别：at the start是起初的意思，from the start是从头便。
- start v-ing, start to-v
- She started talking about the old days, and kept on for more than an hour.
- 她说起了过去的事情,一直说了一个多 小时。
- She started to speak, but stopped because I objected.
- Suddenly it started to rain.突然下起雨来。
- He used to start singing loudly when he felt frightened walking alone in the darkness.当他独自在黑暗中走路感到害怕时,便常常唱起歌来。
- It was cold and starting to snow.天很冷了,开始下起雪来。
- start, begin, commence, originate
- 5.begin是最常用语; commence多用于书面语; start则多用于口语。
- 6.originate作不及物动词时,表示“源自”“起始”“发起”等意思; 用作及物动词时,表示“创始”“发明”。
- start, leave
- He left the school at thirteen.他13岁就离开了学校。
- The accountant has threatened to leave.会计曾威胁说要辞职。
- The ship starts.船开了。
- Well,I think we ought to be starting.嗯,我看我们该动身了。
- 3.用作不及物动词时, leave常附带说明离开时所使用的工具,有时还可表示“辞职”。
- Tears started to her eyes.
- Tears started from her eyes.
- We started the journey to Japan last week.
- We started on the journey to Japan last week.
- Shall we start this work?
- Shall we start with this work?
误 We will start for Tianjin at five tomorrow.
正 We start for Tianjin at five tomorrow.
误 He is about to start at once.
正 He is about to start.
析 start表示“正打算动身”“正要出发”时不能和at once, immediately等时间状语连用。首先,我们没有足够的资金; 其次,我们没有足够的时间。
误 To start, we haven't enough money, and secondly we haven't enough time.
正 To start with, we haven't enough money, and secondly we haven't enough time.
析 表示“首先”可用固定短语to start with,不可说to start。烟引起她咳嗽。
误 The smoke started her to cough.
正 The smoke started her coughing.
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的describere，意为跳跃；最初源自原始日耳曼语的sturtjan，意为落下，翻滚。
- switch n.