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Autor:  André Oliveira
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Data:  12/JUN/2003 5:58 PM
Assunto:  Re: Start off, up or out?
 
Mensagem:  start out phrasal verb to begin your life, or the part of your life when you work, in a particular way: My dad started out as a sales assistant in a shop. start (sth) up (BUSINESS) phrasal verb If a business or other organization starts up, or if someone starts one up, it is created and starts to operate: Many small businesses started up in the 1980s to cater to this growing market. We ought to start up a drama group. start-up noun [C] a small business that has just been started: Start-ups are very vulnerable in the business world. From: Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary Best wishes André


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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
Start off, up or out?  –  Amanda  12/JUN/2003, 3:39 PM
 Re: Start off, up or out?  –  André Oliveira  12/JUN/2003, 5:58 PM
Re: Start off, up or out?  –  Eric Jon  12/JUN/2003, 6:05 PM

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