Phrasal Verb: Start off

Start off

Meaning: Make something start

Example: They STARTED OFF the meeting with an attack on our performance.

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Start off

Meaning: Begin life, a career or existence

Example: She STARTED OFF as a receptionist and ended up as the CEO.

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Start off

Meaning: Begin a journey

Example: We STARTED OFF early because we knew the journey would take all day.

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Start off

Meaning: Make someone laugh

Example: I was trying to be serious, but their comment STARTED me OFF.

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