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starting
'stɑːrtiːŋ
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Appropriate to the beginning or start of an event.
  2. (especially of eyes) bulging or protruding as with fear.
(名) As a noun
  1. A turn to be a starter (in a game at the beginning).
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shūto move; to start; to shake, name of a person
the beginning; to start, new growing of the grass
开创kāichuàngto initiate; to start; to found
to open; to start; to initiate; to enlighten or awaken; to state; to inform; Qi son of Yu the Great , reported founder of the Xia Dynasty 夏朝 (c. 2070-c. 1600 BC)
shǐto begin; to start; then; only then
开启kāiqǐto open; to start
开办kāibànto open; to start (a business etc); to set up
出发chūfāto set off; to start (on a journey)
kāito open; to start; to turn on; to boil; to write out (a prescription, check, invoice etc); to operate (a vehicle); carat (gold); abbr. for Kelvin, 开尔文; abbr. for 开本, book format; ; (to hold (meeting, exhibition, etc.)
始发shǐfā(of trains etc) to set off (on a journey); to start (being issued or circulated); to start (happening); originating
开场kāichǎngto begin; to open; to start; beginning of an event
zhǒng(same as ) the heel, to follow, to call personally at; to go personally to, (ancient form ) to move; to start; to shake, to excite; to rouse; to take action
to use a wooden pole to support something; to raise, to begin; to start
qiàoto stand, to erect; to create; to start
xīngto rise; to flourish; to become popular; to start; to encourage; to get up; (often used in the negative) to permit or allow (dialect); maybe (dialect); (Chinese surname)
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