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A2016-06-30To get together, to start going out (with each other) (possibly only ...Lllama (GB/AT)
A2016-03-16Where to start? Where to stop?parker11 (DE)
A2015-12-03I haven't read it all, but two things to start with:Lllama (GB/AT)
F2015-05-31 from next month we are going to chat in a while because the work i'...strabbin
A2014-12-04... where to start ...Lisa4dict loggedout
A2014-06-26Sometimes it may be easier to start with the English part..migmag (DE)
A2014-05-07What is to be feared is not death but a failure ever to start being a...Proteus-
A2014-05-06to start a cultureLisa4dict loggedout
A2014-04-17or maybe: has already taken first first steps / the plunge into that ...Red Rufus
A2013-11-25kick in = to startIvy (DE)
A2013-07-13to start an engineDracs (DE)
A2013-05-11To start...Jim46 (US)
A2012-12-13to start off / initiate synchronizationanonymous
A2012-11-21In a certain context, "Versuch's doch mal!" could well be an invitati...MichaelK (US)
A2012-10-23dict.ccsunfunlili (DE/GB)
A2012-10-05Where to start?Catesse (AU)
A2012-08-21You are so wrong in many ways...I dont even know where to start.Heflamoke @ work
A2012-08-13Implies having your fingers under the edge of a cover so you can lift...MichaelK (US)
A2012-05-26Great song! What a beautiful way to start a day … ;-)parker11 (DE)
A2012-02-08end to start planningJamesP (UN)
A2012-02-08end to start planning vs. end to start planningLisa4dict loggedout
F2011-10-30If a revolution were to start today...Stoiberismen
A2011-10-26Sorry to start this all off again,Windfall (GB)
A2011-09-19We're past the planning point, now it's getting real / it's time to s...Lisa4dict loggedout
A2011-08-01with four brothers to start withDracs (DE)
A2011-07-01Dear Mr ... is fine and the usual way to start a letter.Lllama (GB/AT)
F2011-06-30Is it common to start an English sentence with "that" ("Dass")?waji
F2011-06-01to start something/to start a groupWindfall (GB)
A2011-05-27I am/would be available to start immediately.Lllama (GB/AT)
A2011-05-11Why would someone so fat even join the marine corps to start with?anonymous
A2011-05-11to start with?arnoldvl (US)
A2011-05-10Wikipedia(GH): Fraktur_(Schrift)Lllama (GB/AT)
A2011-01-31O.K now we have something to start fromLisa4dict (US)
A2010-12-29You have to start somewhere...Don (NZ/GB)
A2010-12-27No. It's incomplete to start with.pierznj (AU)
A2010-09-23Normally, I'd ask you to start a new thread for a new question.Baccalaureus (DE)
A2010-09-20Sorry if I was a bit blunt - but it's not used to just get someone to...Lllama (GB/AT)
A2010-07-30Another possibility - German sentences don't have to start with the s...Lllama (GB/AT)
A2010-07-30Suggestion to start without "ich"Jane
F2010-04-16to start on somebody's watchMs-I-Wonder
A2010-04-09Deciding to start studying/a degree course is a difficult decision.Lllama (GB/AT)
A2010-02-08to doubt something/ to start thinking about somethingTopSecret (DE/CA)
A2010-02-04I am looking forward to being able to start at lastProteus
A2009-12-16Sorry, Peter I thought you were going to start sth. in the vein of 'W...Wilfred (DE)
A2009-09-24Let me / I would like to start right with my first pointKornelius (DE)
A2009-07-13'poised' here = ready for action, prepared to start.mwk (US)
F2009-07-10Don't you want to start dieting?Proteus
A2009-06-26I wanted to start it with an and too, so I guess that must be right:Windfall (GB)
F2009-06-25You should see this as a possibility/opportunity to start a new life.Nut
A2009-05-13If you haven't produced enough in the first place, you have to start ...Baccalaureus (DE)
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