What is another word for setting off?

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(lead to) Present participle for to culminate or result in a particular event or consequence
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(led to) Present participle for to have culminated or resulted in a particular event or consequence
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Present participle for leave quickly
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Present participle for to begin to move in a given direction
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Present participle for to put into action
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Present participle for to trigger movement or progress
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(of an institution or organization) Present participle for to establish or originate
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Present participle for to instigate an action or event
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Present participle for to cause to happen or begin
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Present participle for to cause or bring about by action
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(of a machine) Present participle for to cause something to begin to work
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Present participle for to furnish with accessories
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Present participle for convert for military use
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(contribute to) Present participle for to cause or help bring about
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Present participle for to trigger a passionate feeling or reaction
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Present participle for to have triggered a passionate feeling or reaction
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Present participle for to make more beautiful and attractive
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Present participle for to cause
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Present participle for to put into brisk or vigorous action
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(computing, electronics) Present participle for to make operational
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Present participle for to have as a consequence or result
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Present participle for to be the cause of something
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Present participle for to make reparation, compensation, or amends, for an offence or a crime or a sin one has committed
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Present participle for to have headed straight towards a specified direction or object, usually at an accelerated speed
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Present participle for to head straight towards a specified direction or object, usually at an accelerated speed
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Present participle of bring on
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To be triggering a passionate feeling or reaction
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