start back


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start back

To begin returning to some place. Let's start back now so we can get home before dinner. We started back before I had a chance to get any photos of the place.
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start back (to some place)

to begin the journey back to a place. When do we start back to Chicago? It's time to start back.
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start back

v.
To begin a return journey: We had better start back soon or we won't get home before dark.
See also: back, start
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Mullins added: "He's going to start back cantering this week and we'll take things from there.
The off-peak Silverlink Express services which normally runs through to Birmingham New Street will terminate and start back from Rugby.
When you start back again, cut back the intensity so that you can build hills into your schedule gradually enough to avoid injury.
We watched him cross the street and start back into the park.
A) From fifth: the toes start back, the heel release forward: no demi-pointe.
Some industry analysts believe that because fixed mortgages are pegged to the rate on 30-year bonds, the rate could start back down by the end of the year to 8.
Elliott said: "All three of them are ready to start back.
She's due to start back for sixth form in six weeks.
I don't think that 36 is too old to start back - I still feel young," said Pavey.
I'm walking much better and over the next few weeks I'll start back with somelighttraining.
MIKO DE BEAUCHENE could start back on the Coral Welsh National trail at Haydock this weekend.
Passengers from North Wales who catch the new intra-Wales flight to Cardiff could have less than four hours in the capital before having to start back.
As in any return to running after a layoff, the key is to start back slowly.