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Noun
The point in time or space at which something begins
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“For working teachers, like myself, Labor Day also brings the beginning of the school year.”
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(commonly "beginnings") The origins of a person or object
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“The beginning of Kekulé's discovery of the structure of benzene was during a dream.”
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(commonly "beginnings") One's background or early years
“He worked hard to make a success of himself from a humble beginning.”
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The initial portion of a speech or literary work
“She thanked her parents at the beginning of her acceptance speech.”
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The initial portion of some extended and physical thing
“That house is at the beginning of the street.”
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A person's initiation into a particular activity or role, typically one perceived as difficult
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An underlying basis or principle
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The act of founding
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The beginning
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Warning sign
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Jumping-off point
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The final stages of pregnancy
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A substance or form of radiation given off by something
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A line separating two countries, administrative divisions, or other areas
Adjective
Coming before the main part, usually to introduce or prepare for what follows
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“The beginning sequence in the movie provides a quick narrative of the events just prior to the opening scene.”
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(somewhat rare) Involving, or limited to, basic principles
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“You may wish to enroll in a course in beginning programming to see if you have a knack for coding.”
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Just coming into existence
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Rising
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Still to be fully tested or verified
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First in importance or rank
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Preposition
On or after
Verb
Present participle for to take the first step into something
“We can begin work on this project as soon as the contracts are signed.”
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Present participle for to come into being or have its starting point at a certain time or place
“The crisis would begin when Constantine broke the golden rule and chose to alter the past.”
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Present participle for to set up or establish
“He was inspired to begin his own foundation after witnessing the charitable efforts of his peers.”
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Present participle for to start speaking by saying
“Let me begin by first stating that I have the utmost respect for the person I will be annihilating in this debate.”
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