start 是什么意思

start的中文意思是: 开始

start例句大全

  1. The engine start characteristic, start capability, start time , start methods and start dead zone of the

    首先对车辆的发动机起动特性、起动容量、起动时间、起动方式、起动死区进行了分析。

  2. Run cdr start to start ER.

    运行cdrstart启动ER。

  3. On soft Start Start Anew That is the background and start of the study.

    这是本文的研究背景和出发点。

  4. press the START key to start sterilizing.

    按开始键开始灭菌。

  5. The start control has run to electronic soft starter From the traditional direct start, star - triangle

    电动机的启动控制从传统的直接启动、星-三角启动、自耦变压器降压启动发展到现在的电子式软启动器。

  6. To start the networking troubleshooter, click Start Troubleshooter.

    要启动网络疑难解答,请单击启动疑难解答。

  7. Start to start a subscription to the named publication .

    start启动指定发布的预订。

  8. Can we start? I want to start right now.

    我们能开始吗?我希望现在就开始。

  9. See also scheduled start date and baseline start date.

    另请见计划开始日期和基准开始日期。

  10. It's New Start: a new start of your life.

    新起点,你人生中新的起点!

  11. Click the Start Application icon to open the Start Application wizard.

    点击启动应用程序图标来打开“启动应用程序”向导。

  12. duff can't start, Robben can't start but is on the bench.

    达夫无法首发,罗本无法首发但在替补席上。

  13. Maybe I should start a company and start selling them at halftime!

    我想,或许我该去开个公司,然后在中场休息的时候来现场售卖这些衣服!

  14. As the car cold start is to use to ensure a smooth start the engine cold start injector supply rich mixture

    由于汽车冷启动是为了使用冷起动喷油器以确保顺利供给丰富的混合物。

  15. The granular material will start shrinking after the plants start consuming the water.

    植物开始消耗水分后,颗粒物质就会开始收缩。

  16. Press the"Start"button to start formatting and copying files to your PSP.

    按下“开始”按钮开始格式和档案复制到您的PSP。

  17. Let's start making mass transportation ; let's start doing light rail [ and ] speed trains.

    我们应该开始着眼公共交通,我们应该开始建造轻轨和高速列车。

  18. New START was signed earlier this year to replace the expired START treaty.

    美俄今年早些时候签署了新的《削减战略武器条约》以替代原有到期的条约。

  19. In consequence Java applications achieve start-up times comparable to a warm start.

    结果Java应用就可以获得和热启动相近的启动时间。

  20. Through an engine start model, the engine start feedback control algorithm is designed.

    通过建立发动机起动过程模型,设计了起动过程的燃烧闭环控制算法。

  21. Start the tracking system.

    启动跟踪系统。

  22. The auto-induction start system and the punch press linkage ( control punch press start ).

    自动感应启动系统与冲床联动(控制冲床的启动)。

  23. Start here, right now.

    从现在、从这里开始。

  24. She'll start off tomorrow .

    她将在明天出发。

  25. It's a new start!

    这是个新的开始!

  26. You better start now!

    你最好现在开始!

  27. Ready for engine start.

    准备启动引擎。

  28. The balloons start flying.

    有人放飞了气球。

  29. Record the start time.

    记录开始时间。

  30. Start work on time.

    准时开始工作。

  31. Start replication on subscription s.

    对订阅启动复制。

  32. You can find the start menu by clicking the start button on the taskbar.

    通过单击任务栏上的“开始”按钮,可以找到“开始”菜单。

  33. Start From scratch: Start with an empty set of conditions and add your own.

    从头开始:从一组空的条件开始并添加您自己的条件。

  34. It's a new start.

    这是个全新的开始!

  35. Her eggs start hatching.

    她的蛋就开始孵化了。

  36. Or, start a war.

    或是,发动一场战争?

  37. Ok, I'll start over.

    好的,我会重新开始。

  38. This must start now.

    这种改革必须从现在就开始。

  39. Engine start preheating switch

    发动机预热起动开关

  40. Start saving right now.

    现在开始存钱吧。

start中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
开始(做某事)
If you start to do something, you do something that you were not doing before and you continue doing it.
  1. John then unlocked the front door and I started to follow him up the stairs...

    约翰接着打开前门,我开始跟他上楼。

  2. It was 1956 when Susanna started the work on the garden...

    苏珊娜是从 1956 年开始修建这个花园的。

  3. She started cleaning the kitchen.

    她开始打扫厨房。

2
(使)开始;(使)发生
When something starts, or if someone starts it, it takes place from a particular time.
  1. The fire is thought to have started in an upstairs room...

    火灾被认为是从楼上的一个房间里开始燃起的。

  2. The Great War started in August of that year...

    第一次世界大战于那年 8 月爆发。

  3. Trains start at 11.00 and an hourly service will operate until 16.00...

    火车 11 点开始发出,每小时一班,一直运营到 16 点。

  4. All of the passengers started the day with a swim.

    所有的乘客那天一开始就先游了个泳。

3
(从…)开始;(从…)着手
If you start by doing something, or if you start with something, you do that thing first in a series of actions.
  1. I started by asking how many day-care centers were located in the United States...

    我一开始先问了问美国有多少所日托中心。

  2. He started with a good holiday in Key West, Florida.

    他先去佛罗里达的基韦斯特岛度了个愉快的假期。

4
第一份工作是…
You use start to say what someone's first job was. For example, if their first job was that of a factory worker, you can say that they started as a factory worker.
  1. Betty started as a shipping clerk at the clothes factory...

    贝蒂的第一份工作是在服装厂里当运务员。

  2. Grace Robertson started as a photographer with Picture Post in 1947.

    格雷斯·罗伯逊于 1947 年参加工作,做了《图片邮报》杂志的一名摄影师。

5
开办;创办
When someone starts something such as a new business, they create it or cause it to begin.
  1. George Granger has started a health centre and I know he's looking for qualified staff...

    乔治·格兰杰开办了一个保健中心,我知道他正在物色合格的职员。

  2. Now is probably as good a time as any to start a business.

    目前可能正是创业的最佳时机。

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开动,发动(发动机、汽车、机器等)
If you start an engine, car, or machine, or if it starts, it begins to work.
  1. He started the car, which hummed smoothly...

    他发动了汽车,车发出平稳的嗡嗡声。

  2. We were just passing one of the parking bays when a car's engine started.

    我们从一个停车区经过时,一辆车发动了引擎。

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惊起;吓一跳;激灵
If you start, your body suddenly moves slightly as a result of surprise or fear.
  1. She put the bottle on the table, banging it down hard. He started at the sound...

    她砰的一声把瓶子放到了桌子上,把他吓了一跳。

  2. Rachel started forward on the sofa. — 'You mean you've arrested Pete?'

    雷切尔从沙发上猛地往前一欠身子。——“你的意思是你已经抓到了皮特?”

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首先;第一
You use for a start or to start with to introduce the first of a number of things or reasons that you want to mention or could mention.
  1. You must get her name and address, and that can be a problem for a start...

    你必须先打听到她的姓名和地址,而那可能就是第一个难题。

  2. It comes as a surprise to be reminded that he is 70. For a start, he doesn't look it...

    有人提醒我他 70 岁了,这很令人惊讶。首先,他看上去不像。

  3. To start with, where and when did it happen?

    首先,这事发生在何时何地?

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开局顺利/开局不顺
If you get off to a good start, you are successful in the early stages of doing something. If you get off to a bad start, you are not successful in the early stages of doing something.
  1. The new Prime Minister has got off to a good start, but he still has to demonstrate what manner of leader he is going to be...

    新首相上任后开了个好头,但他仍得展现出自己的执政风格。

  2. England got off to a bad start in the Five Nations' Championship, losing 35-10 to France.

    英格兰队在五国锦标赛中开局不利,以 10 比 35 输给了法国队。

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(事情、过程等)开始时,一开始
To start with means at the very first stage of an event or process.
  1. To start with, the pressure on her was very heavy, but it's eased off a bit now...

    一开始,她的压力很大,但现在已经好些了。

  2. Success was assured and, at least to start with, the system operated smoothly.

    成功有保证了,至少该系统一开始运行得挺顺利。

start用法示例
出自:牛津词典

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做事
doing sth
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开始,着手,动手(做或使用)
to begin doing or using sth
3
我每天九点开始工作。
I start work at nine.
4
他刚刚着手一项新工作。
He's just started a new job.
5
我昨天才开始看这本书。
I only started (= began to read) this book yesterday.
6
我们得新开一罐咖啡了。
We need to start (= begin using) a new jar of coffee.
7
孩子们下星期开学。
The kids start school next week.
8
下起雨来了。
It started to rain.
9
不知不觉间,开始出错了。
Mistakes were starting to creep in.
10
她笑了起来。
She started laughing.
11
说来话长。我从哪儿说起呢?
It's a long story. Where shall I start?
12
你该做功课了。
It's time you started on your homework.
13
我们开始先来复习一下上星期学的内容。
Let's start by reviewing what we did last week.
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你可以星期一就来上班吗?
Can you start (= a new job) on Monday?
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卓有成就的音乐家很早就接触音乐。
The best professional musicians start young .
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发生
happening
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(使)发生,开始进行
to start happening; to make sth start happening
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什么时候上课?
When does the class start?
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你知不知道谣言是从哪儿传出来的?
Have you any idea where the rumour started?
20
谁放的火?
Who started the fire?
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你早晨起来会先好好吃一顿早饭吗?
Do you start the day with a good breakfast?
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你总是想挑起争论。
You're always trying to start an argument.
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那条消息让我思考起来。
The news started me thinking.
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机器;车辆
machine/vehicle
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开动;发动;启动
when you start a machine or a vehicle or it starts , it begins to operate
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发动引擎!
Start the engines!
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这辆车我发动不起来。
I can't get the car started.
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这辆车发动不起来。
The car won't start.
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存在
existing
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(使)出现;发起;创办;开办
to begin to exist; to make sth begin to exist
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小型企业在那一地区大量涌现。
There are a lot of small businesses starting up in that area.
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他们决定开办一家酒席承办公司。
They decided to start a catering business.
33
旅行
journey
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出发;动身;起程
to begin a journey; to leave
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我们明天什么时候出发?
What time are we starting tomorrow?
36
going/walking
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起身走向;奔向…而去
to begin to move in a particular direction
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我起身朝她追去,好把消息告诉她。
I started after her (= began to follow her) to tell her the news.
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他奔门口而来,但我挡住了他的去路。
He started for the door, but I blocked his way.
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方式;地方;层次
in particular way/from place/level
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以…起步(或起家);起初是
to begin, or to begin sth such as a career, in a particular way that changed later
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她起初只是一个秘书,但最后掌管起了整个部门。
She started as a secretary but ended up running the department.
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公司创业之初只有30名员工。
The company started out with 30 employees.
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他开始当过教师,后来改行搞起了新闻。
He started life as a teacher before turning to journalism.
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(从…)开始;(由…)起
to begin from a particular place, amount or situation
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足迹从刚出城的地方开始。
The trail starts just outside the town.
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旅馆的双人房间一宿50欧元起价。
Hotel prices start at €50 a night for a double room.
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那天晚上的活动一开始挺糟糕,因为演讲者没有来。
The evening started badly when the speaker failed to turn up.
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突然一动
move suddenly
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突然一惊
to move suddenly and quickly because you are surprised or afraid
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突如其来的声音吓了她一跳。
The sudden noise made her start.
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(制止某人抱怨或挑剔)别抱怨,别挑剔
used to tell sb not to complain or be critical
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别抱怨啦!我跟你说过我要迟到的。
Don't start! I told you I'd be late.
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(使)开始;着手;动手
to begin doing sth
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快十点了,咱们开始吧。
It's nearly ten o'clock. Let's get started.
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是你(或他、她等)挑起来的
you, he, she, etc. began a fight or an argument
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“你们俩,别打了!”“是他先动的手!”
‘Stop fighting, you two!’ ‘He started it!’
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制造麻烦;惹是生非
to cause trouble
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(给出首要理由)首先,第一
used when you are giving the first and most important reason for sth
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首先是太贵…
To start with it's much too expensive…
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起初;开始时
at the beginning
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这家俱乐部起初仅有六名会员。
The club had only six members to start with.
63
我要先吃甜瓜。
I'll have melon to start with.
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她一开始并不喜欢这个主意。
She wasn't keen on the idea to start with.
65
警钟敲响;发出危险信号
if you say that alarm bells are ringing , you mean that people are starting to feel worried and suspicious
66
开始某事;继续某事
to make sth start happening; to make sure that sth continues to happen
67
开始时关系良好 / 不好
to start a relationship well/badly
68
看来我和新老板的关系一开头就不好。
I seem to have got off on the wrong foot with the new boss.
69
动身(或起程)返回
to begin to return somewhere
70
开始活动;动身
to begin to move
71
马稳步小跑起来。
The horse started off at a steady trot.
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进行(或开展)起来
to begin happening; to begin doing sth
73
讨论颇为温和地开展起来。
The discussion started off mildly enough.
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首先进行;一开始是
to begin by doing or being sth
75
我们先来做点强度小的练习。
Let's start off with some gentle exercises.
76
我们一开始先进行自我介绍。
We started off by introducing ourselves.
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树叶起先是绿色,到后来会变红。
The leaves start off green but turn red later.
78
我一开始非常勤奋,但没有坚持下去。
I started off working quite hard, but it didn't last.
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使开始(做某事)
to make sb begin doing sth
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她怎么会有那样古怪的念头呢?
What started her off on that crazy idea?
81
什么也别跟她说——不然你又要惹她生气了。
Don't say anything to her─you'll start her off again (= make her get angry) .
82
凯文把我们大家都逗笑了。
Kevin started us all off laughing.
83
帮助某人开始(某事)
to help sb begin doing sth
84
三岁时我母亲就让我开始练钢琴了。
My mother started me off on the piano when I was three.
85
他父亲指点他做农活儿。
His father started him off farming.
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(使用暴力或言语)向某人发起攻击
to attack sb physically or with words
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开始责备(某人);开始抱怨(某事)
to begin to complain about sth or criticize sb
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她又就买新衣服的事情数落起我来。
She started on at me again about getting some new clothes.
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你不要埋怨他没工作。
Don't start on about him not having a job.
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开始从事,着手(某工作);从业
to begin to do sth, especially in business or work
91
做起生意来
to start out in business
92
她于1987年开始从事法律工作。
She started out on her legal career in 1987.
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最初想要;起先打算
to have a particular intention when you begin sth
94
我起先打算写一篇短篇小说,但很快就写成了长篇小说。
I started out to write a short story, but it soon developed into a novel.
95
重新开始
to begin again
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她对我们干的活儿不满意,要我们返工。
She wasn't happy with our work and made us start over.
97
(使)启动,发动,开始
to begin working, happening, etc.; to make sth do this
98
我听见他的汽车发动了。
I heard his car start up.
99
发动引擎!
Start up the engines!
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开始
beginning
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开头;开端
the point at which sth begins
102
那一天的美好开端
a perfect start to the day
103
在年初,情况显得并不十分美妙。
Things didn't look too hopeful at the start of the year.
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会议有了一个良好的 / 糟糕的开端。
The meeting got off to a good/bad start (= started well/badly) .
105
那次旅行从头到尾糟糕透顶。
The trip was a disaster from start to finish .
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我们从(一)开始就遇到了困难。
We've had problems (right) from the start .
107
这或许是要有大事的苗头。
This could be the start of something big.
108
开始
the act or process of beginning sth
109
你要是动手刷墙,我就刷天花板吧。
I'll paint the ceiling if you make a start on the walls.
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我想早上早点出发。
I want to make an early start in the morning.
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她要移居国外,开始新的生活。
She's moving abroad to make a fresh start (= to begin a new life) .
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机会
opportunity
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起始优势;良好的基础条件
the opportunity that you are given to begin sth in a successful way
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他们力争为孩子们奠定一个良好的基础。
They worked hard to give their children a good start in life .
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那份工作是他加入新闻界的开始。
The job gave him his start in journalism.
116
比赛
in race
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起点
the place where a race begins
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赛跑运动员在起跑线上一字排开。
The runners lined up at the start.
119
起跑的提前量(时间或距离)
an amount of time or distance that sb has as an advantage over other people at the beginning of a race
120
她比其他自行车运动员提前五分钟进入第二圈。
She went into the second round with a five-minute start on the rest of the cyclists.
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我让年幼的孩子提前起跑。
I gave the younger children a start.
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(参加的)比赛
a race or competition that sb has taken part in
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她参加了六次比赛,只败过一次。
She has been beaten only once in six starts.
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突然一动
sudden movement
125
突然一惊
an act of moving your body quickly and suddenly because you are surprised, afraid, etc.
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她猛地一惊,从梦中醒来。
She woke from the dream with a start .
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你吓了我一大跳!
You gave me quite a start!
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(强调一系列理由、意见等的第一条)首先
used to emphasize the first of a list of reasons, opinions, etc.
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我不去那边干活儿——首先,路太远,去不了。
I'm not working there─for a start, it's too far to travel.
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间歇地;一阵一阵地
frequently starting and stopping again; not continuously
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由于还承担着其他任务,我只能断断续续地写书。
Because of other commitments I can only write my book in fits and starts.
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有很好的开端;有良好的起步;开门红
to make a very good start; to begin sth well
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以上各词均用以指事情开始发生或开始做某事。
These words are all used to talk about things happening from the beginning, or people doing the first part of sth.
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指开始发生或存在、以…开始、以…为起点:
to begin to happen or exist; to begin in a particular way or from a particular point
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什么时候上课?
When does the class start?
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指开始发生或存在、以…开始、以…为起点、开始讲话:
to start to happen or exist; to start in a particular way or from a particular point; to start speaking
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音乐会什么时候开始?
When does the concert begin?
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用start还是begin?
start or begin?
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上述两词在意义上无多大差别,start较常用于英语口语和商业语境中,begin较常用于英语书面语中,描述一系列事情:
There is not much difference in meaning between these words. Start is more frequent in spoken English and in business contexts; begin is more frequent in written English and is often used when you are describing a series of events.
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故事从科孚岛开始。
The story begins on the island of Corfu.
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start不用以指开始讲话:
Start is not used to mean ‘begin speaking’.
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指进行或开展起来、首先进行、一开始是:
( rather informal ) to start happening or doing sth; to start by doing or being sth
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讨论颇为温和地开展起来。
The discussion started off mildly enough.
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尤指以…开始(活动)、(活动)以…开始:
( informal ) to start an event or activity, especially in a particular way; (of an event, activity, etc.) to start, especially in a particular way
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汤姆讲话时要先发表几点意见。
Tom will kick off with a few comments.
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节期从9月13日星期一开始。
The festival kicks off on Monday, September 13.
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指开始发生:
( formal ) to start happening
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会议定于午间召开。
The meeting is scheduled to commence at noon.
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指以…开始(活动)、(活动、电影或书)以…开头/开篇:
to start an event or activity in a particular way; (of an event, film/movie or book) to start, especially in a particular way
150
故事以一宗谋杀案作序幕。
The story opens with a murder.
151
指开始:
to start
152
五月份特别活动周的准备工作已经开始。
Preparations have got under way for a week of special events in May.
153
get under way最常与season、preparations、discussions、day和investigation 等词连用。
Get under way is used most often with such words as season , preparations , discussions , day , and investigation .
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begin和start的含义差别不大,不过start较常用于英语口语:
There is not much difference in meaning between begin and start , though start is more common in spoken English.
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音乐会什么时候开场?
What time does the concert start/begin?
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她三个月前开始在这儿工作。
She started/began working here three months ago.
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begin常用以指一系列事情的开始:
Begin is often used when you are describing a series of events.
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故事从科孚岛上开始。
The story begins on the island of Corfu.
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start亦含出发、使开始、使(机器)运转之义,begin不含此义:
Start , but not begin , can also mean ‘to start a journey’, ‘to start something happening’ or ‘to start a machine working’.
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我们需要在7点钟出发。
We’ll need to start at 7.00.
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你看是谁点的火?
Who do you think started the fire?
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汽车发动不起来。
The car won’t start.
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begin和start之后接动词不定式或-ing形式均可,在意义上无差别:
You can use either an infinitive or a form with -ing after begin and start , with no difference in meaning.
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她晚了两小时后我才开始担忧起来。
I didn’t start worrying/to worry until she was 2 hours late.
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beginning和starting之后一般不用动词的-ing形式:
After the forms beginning and starting , the -ing form of the verb is not normally used.
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开始下雨了。
It’s starting/beginning to rain.
start英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
the act of starting something
例子:
  1. he was responsible for the beginning of negotiations

近义词: beginning,commencement

2
a turn to be a starter (in a game at the beginning)
例子:
  1. he got his start because one of the regular pitchers was in the hospital
  2. his starting meant that the coach thought he was one of their best linemen

近义词: starting

3
a sudden involuntary movement
例子:
  1. he awoke with a start

近义词: startle,jump

4
the advantage gained by beginning early (as in a race)
例子:
  1. with an hour's start he will be hard to catch

近义词: head start

5
a signal to begin (as in a race)
例子:
  1. the starting signal was a green light
  2. the runners awaited the start

近义词: starting signal

6
the beginning of anything
例子:
  1. it was off to a good start
7
a line indicating the location of the start of a race or a game

近义词: starting line,scratch,scratch line

8
the time at which something is supposed to begin
例子:
  1. they got an early start
  2. she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her

近义词: beginning,commencement,first,outset,get-go,kickoff,starting time,showtime,offset

9
take the first step or steps in carrying out an action
例子:
  1. We began working at dawn
  2. Who will start?
  3. Get working as soon as the sun rises!
  4. The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia
  5. He began early in the day
  6. Let's get down to work now

近义词: get down,begin,get,start out,set about,set out,commence

10
set in motion, cause to start
例子:
  1. The U.S. started a war in the Middle East
  2. The Iraqis began hostilities
  3. begin a new chapter in your life

近义词: begin,lead off,commence

11
play in the starting lineup
12
bring into being
例子:
  1. He initiated a new program
  2. Start a foundation

近义词: originate,initiate

13
get off the ground
例子:
  1. Who started this company?
  2. We embarked on an exciting enterprise
  3. I start my day with a good breakfast
  4. We began the new semester
  5. The afternoon session begins at 4 PM
  6. The blood shed started when the partisans launched a surprise attack

近义词: start up,embark on,commence

14
get going or set in motion
例子:
  1. We simply could not start the engine
  2. start up the computer

近义词: start up

15
begin or set in motion
例子:
  1. I start at eight in the morning
  2. Ready, set, go!

近义词: go,get going

16
move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm
例子:
  1. She startled when I walked into the room

近义词: startle,jump

17
leave
例子:
  1. The family took off for Florida

近义词: depart,part,start out,set forth,set off,set out,take off

18
bulge outward
例子:
  1. His eyes popped

近义词: protrude,pop,pop out,bulge,bulge out,bug out,come out

19
begin work or acting in a certain capacity, office or job
例子:
  1. Take up a position
  2. start a new job

近义词: take up

20
begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object
例子:
  1. begin a cigar
  2. She started the soup while it was still hot
  3. We started physics in 10th grade

近义词: begin

21
have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense
例子:
  1. The DMZ begins right over the hill
  2. The second movement begins after the Allegro
  3. Prices for these homes start at $250,000

近义词: begin

22
have a beginning characterized in some specified way
例子:
  1. The novel begins with a murder
  2. My property begins with the three maple trees
  3. Her day begins with a workout
  4. The semester begins with a convocation ceremony

近义词: begin