English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to start out (on a voyage): to begin, to commence (a voyage)
- "An infamous raider, Mazerati started out as a minor shareholder in D&C and spent years slowly accumulating the majority of the company's stock, discreetly buying up shares from the struggling members of the Dulce and Carpaccio families without the knowledge or approval of other stockholders."
- "If you're just starting out on your career path, this is the account for you."
- "When I started out, I was extremely career orientated."
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