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an early start

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishan early startan early startEARLYa start made very early in the day because you have a lot to do, far to go etc We need to make an early start tomorrow. early
Examples from the Corpus
make an early startI was collecting that night to make an early start in the morning and avoid the worst of the traffic.Dennis excused himself, saying he had to make an early start the following morning.The government says it simply wants to make an early start to convince the markets of its attachment to the strong franc.
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