Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Start"

Die Bedeutung von "Start" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet start with the shop?
A: if you say that to someone you are telling them to start at the shop.
that would be in a list of objects to do.

example.
this is the list of things you need to clean.
bathroom, cafeteria, classrooms, and the shop.
start with the shop first.
Q: Was bedeutet I am off to a rocky start.?
A: A "rocky" or "bumpy" start means that you've encountered a number of obstacles or problems (referring to something you have recently started doing).

So if you're in a race, then "off to a rocky start" means that you started out slower than the other racers and/or you encountered other problems along the way. In other words, it's very doubtful that you will win, but it's still relatively early on so it's difficult to know for sure.

It doesn't have to be a race though, you can use the expression metaphorically for any sort of activity where it looks like you won't be able to reach your goal because you're already behind or running into problems (and it's still early on or you just started).
Q: Was bedeutet "start over" in 281?
A: I'm not a lawyer so this might not be exactly right.

The way the American legal system works is that at the end of a trial when a verdict is delivered it is possible for either party to then file an appeal, which is a way of contesting the verdict.

The lawyer is saying here that if the trial doesn't go the way his client wants (I'm assuming he's found guilty) and he has to file an appeal that the whole thing starts over again with him needing another US $100k upfront
Q: Was bedeutet start out strong?
A: Mmmm, yes, but "strong" is the most natural.
Start out with a "bang" is another way to say it.
Q: Was bedeutet start my day with positive thoughts?
A: 前向き考えを持って、日を始めます。
起きた時に、最初にいいことを考えること。

Beispielsätze die "Start" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit start off.
A: I’m going to start off tomorrow with a smile.

The story starts off with a funny character.

Today started off good but now I’m in the hospital
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit start off.
A: Let's start off with easy sentences. (Let's begin with easy sentences.)

Start off slowly, then accelerate. (Begin slowly, then accelerate.)

When you're learning to swim, start off by kicking in the shallow end of the pool. (Begin by kicking...)
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit fresh start.
A: This year I will give myself a fresh start by changing how I live my life.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit start off, start out.
A: I am going to start off with an example. comenzar algo; podría quitar 'off', it would still sound fine.

We are going to start out tomorrow at 7:00. un viaje, podría ser metaforico (I am going to start out in medicine but I may switch to law; en una universidad)
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit start out (as a phrasal verb).
A: Phrasal verb, like in "Let's start out with the basics"?

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Start" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen start und begin ?
A: There may be some very technical differences a grammar expert would point out, but for casual conversation they are the same.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen fresh start und bright start ?
A: Fresh start is meaning "start again" "a new chance" and a Bright start would be meaning "more positive".
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen start und begin ?
A: I started going to elementary school when I was six years old.
I began elementary school when I was six years old.
I started learning Japanese last week.
I began learning Japanese for work.
I started the car. Not- I began the car.
I started my computer. Not - I began my computer.
We will begin by listening to Bach.
We will start by listening to Bach.

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen start und begin ?
A: They're generally the same, but note:

Start can be both a noun and a verb. So, I can want a "fresh start", but not a "fresh begin".

Start can also be used as a verb for certain activities. "Start a fire" and "start the car", but I can't say "begin a fire" or "begin a car".
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen a fresh start und a new start ?
A: Fresh start refers to changing your behavior and ignoring the past. For example, "He felt bad about the things he had done. He wanted a fresh start."

New start is essentially the same thing. I can't think of any real difference between the two. However, fresh start is probably more common. Hope that helps!

Übersetzungen von "Start"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? Let’s get start making your ice cream .
Let’s get start to make your ice cream.


Can I use both?
A: Both sentences are wrong. "get start" shouldn't be used.

Correct sentences:
"Let's start making your ice cream."
"Let's start to make your ice cream."
"Let's get started on making your ice cream."
"Let's get to making your ice cream."
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? how to call the start of the day?
A: morning
daybreak (mặt trời mọc)
first thing in the morning
at the start of my day
first thing tomorrow (điều đầu tiên ngày mai)
when I get up (khi tôi thức dậy)
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? start with or start from?
A: оба возможных
start with : сделать что-нибудь первым
start from : сначала идти от куда
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? get started or get starts ?
A: "get started" is right

ex. let's get started!
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? 发起团购 start an activity. buy something together
A: initiate a group purchase

Andere Fragen zu "Start"

Q: "Lets start" I use this frase but lets is "let's" or "lets"
A: Let's = "let us"
Lets = allow
Q: had ran a start up for 3 years klingt das natürlich?
A: ^^^
'I ran a startup'
Q: i start to read a book which name is mr.mercedes but it is a difficult book because has many words that i dont know yet. klingt das natürlich?
A: I would say: I started to read a book called "Mr. Mercedes", but it is a difficult book because it has many words that I don't know yet.
Q: いまさら頑張ってももう遅い
It's hopeless even so you start to try. klingt das natürlich?
A: It's too little too late to start trying now.
Q: The start of apple picking was delayed. Due to the unseasonable weather in early this summer, almost all products aren't going properly at the moment. klingt das natürlich?
A: The start of apple picking was delayed due to unseasonable weather early this summer. Because of this problem, most of the products aren't full developed at the moment.

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