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Verb
To start up a machine, vehicle, process, etc.
“I still managed to kick-start the old machine, and the years melted away as I zoomed around our five-acre property.”
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To give new strength, energy or freshness to
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“I'm hoping you'll be filled with confidence, armed with new ideas, and equipped with the skills to dazzle a new partner, or kick-start an old relationship.”
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To stimulate or trigger something or someone into action or being
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“There is no need to kick-start the economy by means of expansionary fiscal measures.”
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To take the first step into something
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To come into being or have its starting point at a certain time or place
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To set up or establish
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To set or be set in action
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To help or assist someone
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Plural for a metal bar used to start an engine
“Step on the kick-start several times to distribute the oil through the engine.”
Noun
Plural for something that arouses activity or energy in someone or something
“If fermentation fails to begin, give it a kick-start by adding two teaspoons of unpasteurized lactic culture or whey.”
Noun
Plural for an advantage over one's peers or competitors
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Plural for the process or result of starting something, especially a motor vehicle
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