English version

the start

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe startthe startDSthe place where a race begins The horses were all lined up at the start. start
Examples from the Corpus
the startNot much happens at the start of the film -- don't worry if you're late.Speakers often give an overview at the start of a lecture and a summary at the end.The horses were all lined up at the start.I tried to read Tristan Shandy but I couldn't get past the start.