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start overTo begin again; to return to the beginning.Rate it:

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start offTo begin.Rate it:

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start upTo rise suddenly.Rate it:

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start upTo begin to operate.Rate it:

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start upTo begin.Rate it:

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flying startAn especially good start.Rate it:

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flying startThe start of a sports event in which the competitors are moving when they pass the starting line or initial jump point.Rate it:

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for a startfor one thing; as one rebutting factor among manyRate it:

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fresh startA new beginning, without prejudices.Rate it:

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head startFor example, prior to the beginning of a race.Rate it:

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head startA factor conducive to superiority and success.Rate it:

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head startinitial advantageRate it:

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start a familyTo conceive one's first childRate it:

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start afreshTo start or restart doing something from the beginning or with a clean sheet.Rate it:

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start from where you areAchievement requires realism.Rate it:

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start off on the right footTo begin well, especially to begin a relationship well.Rate it:

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start off on the wrong footTo begin badly; especially, to begin a relationship badly.Rate it:

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start outto begin one's life, or occupation.Rate it:

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start with a clean sheetTo go back to square one; start all over again.Rate it:

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start with a clean slateAlternative form of start with a clean sheetRate it:

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over and overRepeatedly; again and again; many times.Rate it:

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over and over againRepeatedly; again and again; many times.Rate it:

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blow overTo blow on something causing it to topple.Rate it:

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brim overTo overflow over the brim.Rate it:

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f** someone overTo exploit somebody in a way which result in an advantage to oneself, at the cost of the other party gaining a considerable disadvantage.Rate it:

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give overUsually as an imperative. To tell someone to stop molesting, fooling around, or saying silly things. Or sometimes to stop saying flattering things.Rate it:

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pore overTo examine something carefully and attentively.Rate it:

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tick overTo run smoothly and without problems.Rate it:

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walk overTo dominate, treat (someone) as inferior.Rate it:

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water over the damAn event or set of events which has already happened and cannot be changed.Rate it:

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knock overTo bump or strike something in such a way as to tip it.Rate it:

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put one overTo fool, trick or deceive.Rate it:

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bowl overTo overwhelm with astonishment or wonder; to flabbergast.Rate it:

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run overTo briefly describe.Rate it:

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blow overTo pass naturally; to go away; to settle or calm down.Rate it:

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take overTo annex a territory by conquest or invasion.Rate it:

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black over Bill's mother'sDescribing rain-bearing dark clouds on the horizon.Rate it:

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fall overTo fall from an upright or standing position to a horizontal or prone position.Rate it:

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fall overOf an argument, to fail to be valid.Rate it:

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ice overTo become covered in ice, usually of a body of water.Rate it:

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keel overOf a vessel: to roll so far on its side that it cannot recover; to capsize.Rate it:

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keel overTo collapse in a faint; to black out; to die.Rate it:

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look overTo scan-read and check for errors.Rate it:

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make overTo renovate or to convert to a different use.Rate it:

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run overTo drive over, causing injury or death.Rate it:

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spill overTo enter into another zone by way of accident or overcrowding; to overflow.Rate it:

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take overTo assume control of something, especially by force; to usurp.Rate it:

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take overTo relieve someone temporarily.Rate it:

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take overTo buy out the ownership of a business.Rate it:

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take overTo appropriate something without permission.Rate it:

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