start in


Also found in: Idioms.

start in

vb
(adverb) to undertake (something or doing something); commence or begin
Translations

w>start in

vi (inf)
(= begin to scold)loslegen (inf), → vom Leder ziehen (inf)(on sb gegen jdn)
to start in on somethingsich an etw (acc)machen
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His wavering club form has seen his international opportunities also suffer, with Roy Hodgson leaving him out from the start in's England World Cup qualifier against Moldova before injury prevented him from featuring against Ukraine.
A special project aimed at giving children up to three years of age and their families the best possible start in life, Sure Start is a partnership between the education and social services departments of the Vale council, the Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust, NCH Action for Children and the Colcot Community Project.
He then recounted some of his own biography, saying that he grew up watching his parents struggle through the Great Depression, and credited the city's education system and dynamic economy with ins successful attempt to start ins own real estate empire.