\ ˈstärt \
Definition of start (Entry 1 of 3)
a: to move suddenly and violently : SPRING
started angrily to his feet
b : to react with a sudden brief involuntary movement
started when a shot rang out
2a : to issue with sudden force
blood starting from the wound
b : to come into being, activity, or operation
when does the movie start
the rain started up again
(Definition is taken from https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/start)
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