Noun(1) the event consisting of the start of something(2) the time at which something is supposed to begin(3) the first part or section of something(4) the place where something begins, where it springs into being(5) the act of starting something
Verb(1) take the first step or steps in carrying out an action(2) have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense(3) set in motion, cause to start(4) begin to speak or say(5) be the first item or point, constitute the beginning or start, come first in a series(6) have a beginning, of a temporal event(7) have a beginning characterized in some specified way(8) begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object(9) achieve or accomplish in the least degree, usually used in the negative(10) begin to speak, understand, read, and write a language
Adjective(1) serving to begin
(1) I've been teaching a beginning Hebrew class at the university.(2) The entire cast assembles on stage in the beginning before splitting into smaller groups for the subsequent variations.(3) He has been involved since the beginning of the organising stages of the exhibition.(4) The hospital claims people at risk were contacted by letter at the beginning of October but the patient says he did not receive anything.(5) August came to an end and September began, bringing the beginning of college for me.(6) Like in a written letter, we should introduce ourselves at the beginning of our first e-mail message.(7) Around 88 percent of the teachers questioned said that pupils start dreading the tests at the beginning of the summer term.(8) It's by no means saying what they're all like, especially the earlier schools at the beginning of the century.(9) We are somewhere at the beginning of this stage right now, trying to make sense of strings of undecipherable information.(10) he left at the beginning of February(11) New regulations that come into force at the beginning of 2004 will bring even tougher standards for drinking water quality.(12) The primo part may be played by an elementary student at the beginning stages of piano study.(13) I know this because Miller comes out on stage at the beginning and tells us so.(14) I am interested in taking a beginning pottery class, but I'm not sure where to go.(15) However, this is a normal process at the beginning of each season.(16) The new deal was brought in at the beginning of October and will extend across the whole of the UK by next month.
(1) begin :: ベギン
1. dawn ::
2. opening ::
3. origin ::
4. rootage ::
5. start ::
6. first ::
7. start ::
8. open ::
9. appear ::
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