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Origin of startup
Words nearby startup
Example sentences from the Web for startup
McCaslin likened the energy at ARNN to that of a startup, with the handsome salaries to match.
One reason Israel is so successful in the startup world, says Ophir, is because its citizens are known for speaking their minds.
A small country of roughly 8.2 million people, Israel has been dubbed the “startup nation.”
The Uber for Gentleman Companions By Julieanne Smolinski, Matter A new San Francisco startup promises “what women really want.”The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads, Oct 27-Nov 2, 2014|William Boot|November 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The $17 billion startup has been plagued by accusations that safety is not enough of a priority.
On such an occasion as this no servant, no friend, no Mr Startup, was allowed to interfere with her filial piety.
Startup was already an open-air preacher, whereas Frigidy lacked nerve to speak a word above his breath.
Had I been condemned to death I would not have expected a man to startup and take my place.The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony (Volume 2 of 2)|Ida Husted Harper
Mr Startup was also a very good young man, but he was of a fiery calibre, whereas Frigidy was naturally mild.
British Dictionary definitions for startup
Idioms and Phrases with startup
Begin to operate, especially a machine or engine, as in Start up the motor so we can get going. [First half of 1900s]
Move suddenly or begin an activity, as in When the alarm rang I started up. [Early 1200s]
Organize a new enterprise, as in Starting up a business requires considerable capital. [Second half of 1900s]