start = levantarse de un salto intransitive verb

start = sobresalto noun

1start

intransitive verb

Spanish Translation of START

intransitive verb
1
jump : sobresaltarse, dar un respingo
2
begin : empezar, comenzar let's get started empecemos she started (off/out) by thanking us empezó por agradecernos he started (off/out) as a receptionist empezó como recepcionista young couples who are just starting off/out parejas jóvenes que acaban de casarse
3
or to start off/out set out : salir (de viaje, etc.)
4
or to start up : arrancar (dícese de un motor, etc.)
5
to start from scratch : empezar desde cero
6
to start in : empezar after a break he started in again tras un descanso empezó otra vez
7
to start over : volver a empezar, empezar de nuevo
transitive verb
1
begin : empezar, comenzar, iniciar I started cleaning, I started to clean empecé a limpiar she started (off/out) her speech with a joke empezó su discurso con una broma
2
cause : empezar (una discusión, etc.), provocar (un incendio, etc.), causar
3
set: hacer, poner her questions started me thinking sus preguntas me hicieron pensar I started them working los puse a trabajar he started us (off) with some questions para empezar nos hizo unas preguntas
4
establish : fundar, montar, establecer to start (up) a business montar un negocio
5
: arrancar, poner en marcha, encender to start (up) the car arrancar el auto/carro/coche
6
to start a family : tener hijos
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to start over : volver a empezar, empezar de nuevo

2start

noun

Spanish Translation of START

1
jump : sobresalto masculine, respingo masculine
2
beginning : principio masculine, comienzo masculine to get an early start salir temprano

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