English version

at/from the outset

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat/from the outsetat/from the outsetBEGINNINGat or from the beginning of an event or process β†’ set out πŸ”Š It was clear from the outset that there were going to be problems. πŸ”Š It’s better to get something in writing right at the outset.at/from the outset of πŸ”Š A person with higher qualifications can get a better paid job at the outset of their career. β†’ outset
Examples from the Corpus
outset ofβ€’ With other blocks, the data base consisted at the outset of 7. 6 million numbers.β€’ There had been 75 Holderness-Manolo personnel at the outset of this engagement.β€’ This brings us up short at the outset of our study.β€’ At the outset of the campaign, allied spokesmen suggested the air-only phase was expected to last about ten days.β€’ For tone languages, tone frames should be drilled from the outset of the course.β€’ Beginners learn the kiai right from the outset of their training.
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