Word of the Day – December 26, 2019

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Definitions

Type Definition Sources
Noun The point at which a service or process, such as an IDS/IPS process, begins operating. (used 2 times in citations and controls)
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Noun The point in time or space at which something begins. (used 0 times in citations and controls)
  • Per ISO 704:2009 methodology
Noun A sudden involuntary movement. (used 0 times in citations and controls)
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Verb To begin or cause something to begin or happen. (used 10 times in citations and controls)
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Verb To cause a machine, process, device, or system to begin operating. (used 0 times in citations and controls)
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Verb Bring into being. (used 0 times in citations and controls)
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Verb Move or jump suddenly, as if in surprise or alarm. (used 0 times in citations and controls)
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Verb Bulge outward. (used 0 times in citations and controls)
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Other Forms

Type Other Form
Past starts
Past Participle starting
Plural starts
Third Person started

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