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1. and *jump(start) battery power to help start someone's car, etc. (*Typically: get ~; have ~; give someone ~.) My car is stalled. I need to get a start. I got my car going. I got a jump from John.
2. help in beginning one's career; a first opportunity in the beginning of one's career. (*Typically: get ~; have ~; give someone ~.) She got a start in show business in Cincinnati. She had a start when she was only four.

start something

to start a fight or an argument. (Something can be replaced by anything or nothing with the negative.) Hey, you! Better be careful unless you want to start something. I don't want to start anything. I'm just leaving.

start

/light/build a fire under Slang
To urge or goad to action.
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I think when you go into a playoff series, starting pitching is always going be to your biggest key,'' Plummer said.
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When Brown went on the disabled list for the second of his three visits this season, you would have called Tracy's starting Adams on June 5 a desperation move - he had never started a game in his six-year major-league career - if it hadn't been born out of pure genius.
If he joins the disabled list, a distinct possibility, it would give the Dodgers one of the best starting rotations on the disabled list.
Thursday's acquisition of pitcher James Baldwin filled the need to bolster an ailing starting rotation, but the Dodgers continue to pursue deals for a shortstop and a reliever to aid the bullpen while Mike Fetters is struggling.
Not only do they acquire a starting pitcher, which they so desperately need, they get the feeling the Dodgers organization is willing to make the necessary moves to keep the team playofound.
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Anyway, the Dodgers really had been getting outstanding starting pitching.
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