1. take up
I thought I'd take up fishing...
In my defence, all I can say is, you do take up a lot of space.
take up a hobby\sport
take up swimming / take up a career as an actor
Computers used to take up a whole room, and now you can carry one in your pocket.
I'd like to take up Spanish so that I can go to Argentina for a holiday.
Do you know how to take up trousers?
One day I came up an idea that I will take up guitar.
He could take up skateboarding <begin a new activity or hobby>
When people retire, they usually take up a hobby, or a sport of some description, or do some gardening.
Reluctant users slow to take up videoconferncing
Please, you take up my challenge!
He says he's now looking for a woman to take up with.
The CEO would be happy to take up your kind offer.
to take up too much space. the shopping took (up) a lot of time
Inglés palabrazacząć"(take up) ocurre en conjuntos:POWTÓRZENIE SŁÓWKA ROZ. 1,2,3+11 (ZDROWIE)Appearance/ wygląd zewnętrznykolokwium2 sem. 3Wygląd i ubraniaphrasal verbs 2 GAP
When your friends begin to flatter you on how young you look, it's a sure sign you're getting old.
May I begin by thanking every one for your warm welcome?
After tying up loose ends on the house, the carpenter gave the painter approval to begin work.
Let us begin today's lesson by opening our books to page 156, said the teacher.
He has endured sacrifices for America that most of us cannot begin to imagine.
In early youth, as we contemplate our coming life, we are like children in a theatre before the curtain is raised, sitting there in high spirits and eagerly waiting for the play to begin.
Courses in analysis begin with the fundamental notions of mathematical logic, important proof techniques, and the construction of real and complex numbers.
Is there an existing meaning if the person in charge does not take the responsibility to begin with?
I can't begin to fathom how someone could believe that one race is superior to another.
Instead use words like "some", "many", "often", and begin statements with openers like, "In my experience, ...", "Excuse me if I'm wrong, but...", "In many instances, ...."
Me? I can't even begin to draw buffalo, deer and horses so you can tell them apart.
Little by little you will begin to comprehend the text without translations or explanations.
Inglés palabrazacząć"(begin) ocurre en conjuntos:Czasowniki podstawowe Angielski 1Angielski - lekcja 16POPRAWIONE W EXCELirregular verbsSłówka MENTO 1
Once you start smoking, it is difficult to get rid of that bad habit.
I can't start up my computer. What am I supposed to do?
If you can't visit a country where they speak the language you are learning, find a local bar where native speakers of that language hang out and start hanging out there.
Did you start to learn the piano when you were three, like Mozart?
If you don't start treating people with a little more respect, people may start avoiding you like the plague.
Could you please tell me again when the meeting is supposed to start?
You can't just come in here and start ordering people around.
Let me tell you what's going to happen if you don't start behaving yourself.
Start reading where you left off.
When writing a sentence, generally you start with a capital letter and finish with a period (.), an exclamation mark (!), or a question mark (?).
Do you know how to start a fire using just sticks of wood?
I have so many things to tell you that I don't know where to start.
Many flowers start blooming in springtime.
Once we start reading a book, we should read it all the way through.
Inglés palabrazacząć"(start) ocurre en conjuntos:Verbs 3 - czasowniki 3CALLAN lesson 29Lesson 25 10/06/2020czasowniki sameczasowniki z ing
4. start out
he started out as a salesman; to start out in business
Inglés palabrazacząć"(start out) ocurre en conjuntos:IX listening i case studyAngielski 2euep, listeningTEC Stock marketLittle prince 2
5. to start off
Inglés palabrazacząć"(to start off) ocurre en conjuntos:pan antonii angielski "inspired"Lekcja 66 (Superstitions)zakupy I usługi cz. 2fullblast3 4b6 min English
6. strike up
It’s very didficult for people woh have different political views to strike up friendship.
Inglés palabrazacząć"(strike up) ocurre en conjuntos:New matura success upper intermediate unit 2
7. to kick off
I felt the fight was just about to kick off.
Inglés palabrazacząć"(to kick off) ocurre en conjuntos:Technical english 4, unit A
8. to get started
Tadpoles become frogs.
They say that in America anyone can become president, but perhaps that's not really true.
All people can become friends, even if their languages and customs are different.
He had not been employed by the company three years before he become a director.
When did America become independent of England?
To become a professional banjo player, you need to spend thousands of hours practicing.
When we started out in 2009, I was convinced that our store would become one of the best in the city.
If you want to become thin, you should cut back on the between-meal snacks.
You only really need to sound exactly like a native speaker if you want to become a spy.
What should I do if I become depressed while studying abroad?
After a while, corn flakes in milk will become soggy.
A really perceptive person can figure out a whole situation with just a few clues. That's the kind of person I want you to become.
When I use contacts, my eyes feel dry and become red.
Getting rid of garbage has become a major headache for the authorities.
Babies can become dehydrated from a high fever, so I was told that it would be better to send him to the hospital.
Inglés palabrazacząć"(become) ocurre en conjuntos:Metoda Callana stage 4 lesson 42-43CALLAN lesson 42
10. to start with
We only knew two people in Montreal to start with, but we soon made friends
Inglés palabrazacząć"(to start with) ocurre en conjuntos:zwroty unit 1-5
11. to commence
The meeting is scheduled to commence at noon.
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12. to launch
the company wants to launch a new product
Apple is said to be planning to launch a new Apple TV this year.
to launch an investigation
to launch a new product onto the market
Who should be contacted for information if one wants to launch an initiative?
After working for the company for several years she decided to launch out on her own and set up in business. Michael launched his career as a software salesman. She launched herself as a designer of high-end handbags.
A spokesman for the dockyard said they hoped to launch the first submarine within two years.
We are ready to launch a new car.
Inglés palabrazacząć"(to launch) ocurre en conjuntos:dział 5 2 gimnazjum ANGIELSKI
13. begin began