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start·er

 (stär′tər)
n.
1. One that starts.
2. An attachment for starting an internal-combustion engine without hand cranking. Also called self-starter.
3. A device that initiates a flow of high voltage across the electrodes of a fluorescent lamp.
4. Sports
a. One who signals the start of a race.
b. A participant that starts in a game or race.
5. Baseball
a. The first pitcher for a team in a game.
b. A pitcher who regularly begins games for a team.
6. The first in a series, especially the first course of a meal; an appetizer.
Idiom:
for starters Informal
To begin with; initially: "Deborah believes him, indicating, for starters, that she isn't the brightest" (Judith Crist).

starter

(ˈstɑːtə)
n
1. (Automotive Engineering) a device for starting an internal-combustion engine, usually consisting of a powerful electric motor that engages with the flywheel. Formerly called self-starter
2. (Automotive Engineering) US a person who organizes the timely departure of buses, trains, etc
3. (General Sporting Terms) a person who supervises and signals the start of a race
4. (General Sporting Terms) a competitor who starts in a race or contest
5. informal chiefly Austral and NZ an acceptable or practicable proposition, plan, idea, etc
6. informal Austral and NZ a person who is willing to engage in a particular activity
7. (Cookery) a culture of bacteria used to start fermentation, as in making cheese or yogurt
8. (Cookery) chiefly Brit the first course of a meal
9. (modifier) designed to be used by a novice: a starter kit.
10. for starters slang in the first place
11. (Horse Racing) (of horses in a race) awaiting the start signal
12. (of a person) eager or ready to begin

start•er

(ˈstɑr tər)

n.
1. a person or thing that starts.
2. a person who gives the signal to begin, as for a race or the running of a train, elevator, etc.
3. a device that starts an internal-combustion engine without a need for cranking by hand.
4. a person or thing that starts in a race or contest.
5. a culture of bacteria used to start a particular fermentation, as in the manufacture of cheese.
adj.
7. constituting a basis or beginning: a starter home.
Idioms:
for starters, as the first step, part, point, etc.; first.
[1530–40]

starter

appetizer
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.starter - an electric motor for starting an engine
electrical system - equipment in a motor vehicle that provides electricity to start the engine and ignite the fuel and operate the lights and windshield wiper and heater and air conditioner and radio
electric motor - a motor that converts electricity to mechanical work
kick start, kick starter - a starter (as on a motorcycle) that is activated with the foot and the weight of the body
self-starter - an electric starting motor that automatically starts an internal-combustion engine
2.starter - a contestant in a team sport who is in the game at the beginning
contestant - a person who participates in competitions
starting pitcher - (baseball) a pitcher who starts in a baseball game
3.starter - the official who signals the beginning of a race or competition
official - someone who administers the rules of a game or sport; "the golfer asked for an official who could give him a ruling"
4.starter - any new participant in some activity
beginner, initiate, tiro, tyro, novice - someone new to a field or activity
enlistee, recruit - any new member or supporter (as in the armed forces)
5.starter - food or drink to stimulate the appetite (usually served before a meal or as the first course)starter - food or drink to stimulate the appetite (usually served before a meal or as the first course)
course - part of a meal served at one time; "she prepared a three course meal"
antipasto - a course of appetizers in an Italian meal
canape - an appetizer consisting usually of a thin slice of bread or toast spread with caviar or cheese or other savory food
cocktail - an appetizer served as a first course at a meal
hors d'oeuvre - a dish served as an appetizer before the main meal
crudites - raw vegetables cut into bite-sized strips and served with a dip
6.starter - a hand tool consisting of a rotating shaft with parallel handle
crank handle, starting handle - crank used to start an engine
hand tool - a tool used with workers' hands
7.starter - a culture containing yeast or bacteria that is used to start the process of fermentation or souring in making butter or cheese or dough; "to make sourdough you need a starter"
culture - (biology) the growing of microorganisms in a nutrient medium (such as gelatin or agar); "the culture of cells in a Petri dish"
Translations
شَخْص أو حِصان مُشْتَرِك في سِباقفَاتِـحُ شَهِيَّةمُفْتاح تَشْغيل مُحَرِّك السَّيّارَهمن يُطْلِق الإشارَه إلى بَدء السِّباق
předkrmstartérúčastník závodu
begynderdeltagerstarterstartmotor
alkupala
predjelo
indítóönindító
keppandiræsirstartari
スターター
맨 처음에 나오는 요리
štartérúčastník pretekov
predjed
starter
อาหารจานแรก
başlama hakemimarş motoruön yemekyarışmacı
món khai vị

starter

[ˈstɑːtəʳ]
A. N
1. (Sport) (= judge) → juez mf de salida; (= competitor) → corredor(a) m/f
to be under starter's orders (Horse racing) → estar listos para la salida
2. (= button) → botón m de arranque (Aut) (= motor) → motor m de arranque
3. (Brit) (Culin) (= first course) → entrada f
for starters (fig) → en primer lugar
B. CPD starter home Nprimera vivienda f
starter motor N (Aut) → motor m de arranque

starter

[ˈstɑːrr] n
(AUTOMOBILES) [car] → démarreur m
(SPORT) (= official) → starter m
(SPORT) (= runner, horse) → partant m
(British) (= first course) → entrée f
for starters (= firstly) → primostarter flat n (British)premier appartement m (d'un accédant à la propriété)starter home n (British) (= house) → première maison f (d'un accédant à la propriété)starter pack nkit m de basestarting block nstarting-block mstarting gate nstarting-gate m or fstarting grid ngrille f de départstarting handle n (British)manivelle fstarting line nligne f de départstarting pistol npistolet m de starterstarting point n
(for trip, journey)point m de départ
(for discussion, process)point m de départstarting post nligne f de départstarting price n
[shares] → prix m initial
(RACING)cote f de départstarting salary nsalaire m de départ

starter

n
(Sport) → Starter(in) m(f) (also horse); (= competitor)Teilnehmer(in) m(f); to be under starter’s ordersauf das Startkommando warten; (fig)in den Startblöcken sitzen
(Aut etc: = self-starter) → Starter m, → Anlasser m
(inf: = person) to be a late starterein Spätzünder msein (inf); (child) → ein Spätentwickler msein; to be a late starter with girlsein Spätzünder msein, was Mädchen betrifft (inf); he was a late starter in the presidential raceer beteiligte sich erst spät an den Präsidentschaftswahlen; she is a slow starter in the morningsie kommt morgens nur langsam in Schwung
(Brit inf: = first course) → Vorspeise f
for starters (inf)für den Anfang (inf)

starter

:
starter home
n Immobilienobjekt für Erstkäufer
starter kit
nStarterkit nt, → Startset nt
starter model
starter pack
n (Comm) → Erstausstattung f, → Startpaket nt

starter

[ˈstɑːtəʳ] n
a. (Brit) (Culin) as a startercome or per antipasto
for starters (fig) → per cominciare
b. (Aut) (motor) → motorino d'avviamento; (on machine) → pulsante m d'accensione
c. (Sport) (judge) → starter m inv; (competitor) → concorrente m/f
he was a late starter (child) → ha cominciato tardi a leggere e a scrivere

start1

(staː) verb
1. to leave or begin a journey. We shall have to start at 5.30 a.m. in order to get to the boat in time.
2. to begin. He starts working at six o'clock every morning; She started to cry; She starts her new job next week; Haven't you started (on) your meal yet?; What time does the play start?
3. to (cause an engine etc to) begin to work. I can't start the car; The car won't start; The clock stopped but I started it again.
4. to cause something to begin or begin happening etc. One of the students decided to start a college magazine.
noun
1. the beginning of an activity, journey, race etc. I told him at the start that his idea would not succeed; The runners lined up at the start; He stayed in the lead after a good start; I shall have to make a start on that work.
2. in a race etc, the advantage of beginning before or further forward than others, or the amount of time, distance etc gained through this. The youngest child in the race got a start of five metres; The driver of the stolen car already had twenty minutes' start before the police began the pursuit.
ˈstarter noun
1. a person, horse etc that actually runs etc in a race.
2. a person who gives the signal for the race to start.
3. a device in a car etc for starting the engine.
ˈstarting-point noun
the point from which something begins.
for a start
(used in argument etc) in the first place, or as the first point in an argument. You can't have a new bicycle because for a start we can't afford one.
get off to a good/bad start
to start well or badly in a race, business etc.
start off
1. to begin a journey. It's time we started off.
2. to cause or allow something to begin, someone to start doing something etc. The money lent to him by his father started him off as a bookseller.
start out
to begin a journey; to start off. We shall have to start out at dawn.
start up
to (cause to) begin or begin working etc. The machine suddenly started up; He has started up a new boys' club.
to start with
1. at the beginning. He was very nervous to start with.
2. as the first point (in an argument etc). There are many reasons why he shouldn't get the job. To start with, he isn't qualified.

starter

فَاتِـحُ شَهِيَّة předkrm begynder Vorspeise μίζα primer plato alkupala entrée predjelo antipasto スターター 맨 처음에 나오는 요리 voorgerecht starter startujący entrada стартер starter อาหารจานแรก ön yemek món khai vị 开胃菜
References in classic literature ?
And for a starter I would go to work and steal Jim out of slavery again; and if I could think up anything worse, I would do that, too; be- cause as long as I was in, and in for good, I might as well go the whole hog.
He could hardly believe, even now, that he was positively the only starter.
Well, boys," Old Tarwater answered, "and thanking you kindly, all I can say is that a hundred thousand will do nicely, and very nicely, for a starter.
Judges and starters have been conveniently blind to this absurdity, but the public demonstration off St.
About twenty-five of the original starters only show here, the rest having already given in; the leaders are busy making casts into the fields on the left and right, and the others get their second winds.
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1) If light fixture has local on/off switch, turn off switch and remove lamp prior to replacing starter.
Jason Dabbs, SS: He'll begin as a backup to senior Jonathan Sakurai, but Dabbs' impressive play during the fall leaves the Matadors with options after last year's starter, Scott Lyons, left the program.
All it takes is one itchy finger stuck on the starter switch to burn out a good starter motor.