go to start
start offAnd it ble sun bleaches my hair to start off with.
have to startThat's how you are and that's how you have to start.
start to finish‘It has been described as a headache from start to finish,’ a source told Sunday Life.
when you startcomplicated when you start it out, but if you can't remember for the life of you then, it's quite
make a startSo, make a start then.
start comingThey would start coming in late and drifting off early.
start lookingNot now that we can suggest where they might start looking.’
want to startIf we want to start new projects there will not be much money in the new expenditure.
start talkingNo-one is ever going to listen to us and our appeal to the Government to start talking.’
start writing‘Being a black actor means there are limited roles available, so you start writing about black characters yourself.