Synonym: commence, embark on, start. Similar words: start, start off, starter, departure, stare, star, virtual, virtually. Meaning: v. 1. get going or set in motion 2. get off the ground.
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1) We ought to start up a drama group.
2) plan to start up her own company.
3) Tax breaks help new companies start up.
4) The car wouldn't start up this morning.
5) I heard his car start up.
6) They have decided to start up a nursery in the factory.
7) Start up the engines!
8) I went over to start up a conversation, asking her who she knew at the party.
9) The project will require very little work to start up; that's the beauty of it.
10) There is a lack of people wanting to start up new businesses.
11) Production will start up again when these changes have been put through.
12) No date has been set for the start up.
13) The anti-virus icon should appear whenever you start up your computer.
14) How do fish start up in a new pond anywhere?
15) She got the go-ahead from her board to start up a new youth book chronicling the history of Tucson's projects.
16) And here I am trying to start up a private firm with one other black lawyer.
17) I heard a whir of fear start up in my head.
18) They fall in beside him and start up the hill to the induction center,(http://sentencedict.com/start up.html) the cop bringing up the rear.
19) Aren't you chancing your arm a bit giving up a secure job to start up a business?
20) Be sure your lever is in neutral before you start up your car.
21) With the economy in the worst recession for thirty years, it was scarcely the most propitious time to start up a company.
22) I cursed myself for not having the ship preset for start up. Too lax.
23) Without losing any time, she leaned forward ready to start up the rocket motors.
24) The first cover story for the airstrip was that a group of businessmen wanted to start up a tourist resort there.
25) These programs can scan your computer for viruses every time you start up or even continuously.
26) Hicks stayed in his chair as they listened to an engine start up outside the house.
27) The government is offering special tax incentives to people wanting to start up small businesses.
28) A toy would have run down eventually, but Anna would undoubtedly start up all over again in the morning.
29) It was Fluke who started laughing right away, the odd squeal of somebody wanting to start up the trouble.
30) The losses initially will result from heavy expenditures to start up operations in the region, he said.
More similar words: start, start off, starter, departure, stare, star, virtual, virtually, get up, let up, by virtue of, fortunately, put up, set up, eat up, sit up, cut up, opportunity, light up, shoot up, built up, target, guitar, put up with, meet up with, military, get around, secretary, voluntary, militarism.