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Meanings of Starn:

noun

A star.

Meanings of Starnel:

noun

The common starling, sturnus vulgaris.

Meanings of Starnie:

noun

A star.

Meanings of Starny:

adjective

Starry.

Meanings of Starost:

noun

In russia: the head of a village community, typically elected, and having various judicial and administrative responsibilities.

Meanings of Starosta:

noun

In russia: the head of a village community, typically elected, and having various judicial and administrative responsibilities.

Meanings of Starosty:

noun

In the polish-lithuanian commonwealth: the domain of or district overseen by a starosta.

Starred

stɑːd

Meanings of Starred:

verb

(of a film, play, or other show) have (someone) as a principal performer.

Usage examples:

A film starring liza minnelli
noun

A fixed luminous point in the night sky which is a large, remote incandescent body like the sun.

Usage examples:

This new heat supply causes the outer layers of the star to expand and cool, and the star becomes a…
adjective

A starred hotel or restaurant is one that is good enough to be given at least one star for quality

Usage examples:

A list of starred restaurants

Starrier

ˈstɑː.ri

Meanings of Starrier:

adjective

Full of or lit by stars.

Usage examples:

A starry sky

Starriest

ˈstɑː.ri

Meanings of Starriest:

adjective

Full of or lit by stars.

Usage examples:

A starry sky

Meanings of Starring:

adjective

Denoting a principal role or performer in a film, play, or other show.

Usage examples:

His first starring role
verb

(of a film, play, or other show) have (someone) as a principal performer.

Usage examples:

A film starring liza minnelli

Present participle of star

Starry

ˈstɑː.ri

Meanings of Starry:

adjective

Full of or lit by stars.

Usage examples:

A starry sky

Starry-eyed

ˌstɑː.riˈaɪd

Meanings of Starry-eyed:

adjective

If you are starry-eyed, you have a lot of thoughts and opinions that are unreasonably positive, so you do not understand things as they really are

Usage examples:

It's easy to be starry-eyed about a place you've never been to.

Stars

stɑːr

Meanings of Stars:

noun

A fixed luminous point in the night sky which is a large, remote incandescent body like the sun.

Usage examples:

This new heat supply causes the outer layers of the star to expand and cool, and the star becomes a…
verb

(of a film, play, or other show) have (someone) as a principal performer.

Usage examples:

A film starring liza minnelli

Meanings of Starshine:

noun

Starlight.

Meanings of Starship:

noun

(in science fiction) a large manned spaceship used for interstellar travel.

Usage examples:

The huge distances between earth and the nearest star make it necessary for us to conceive of extre…

Meanings of Starstruck:

adjective

Fascinated or greatly impressed by famous people, especially those connected with the cinema or the theatre.

Usage examples:

I was a star-struck cinemagoer

Meanings of Start:

verb

Begin or be reckoned from a particular point in time or space.

Usage examples:

The season starts in september
noun

The point in time or space at which something has its origin; the beginning.

Usage examples:

He takes over as chief executive at the start of next year
abbreviation

Strategic arms reduction treaty, an agreement between the us and the soviet union to limit and reduce strategic nuclear weapons, first signed in 1991.

Start off

stɑːt

Meanings of Start off:

phrasal verb

Begin to travel or move.

Usage examples:

We started off on our journey
verb

To begin to do something or go somewhere, or to begin or happen

Usage examples:

[ t ] when do you start your new job?, [ i ] we started with nothing when we got married., [ i ] cl…

Meanings of Start off on:

idiom

To make a successful start

Usage examples:

He really got off on the right foot with my mother.

Meanings of Start on at:

phrasal verb

To start complaining angrily to someone about something they have done

Usage examples:

She started on at him about the way he's always looking at other women.

Start out

stɑːt

Meanings of Start out:

collocation

Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action

phrasal verb

Embark on a venture or undertaking, especially a commercial one.

Usage examples:

The company will start out with a hundred employees
verb

To begin to do something or go somewhere, or to begin or happen

Usage examples:

[ t ] when do you start your new job?, [ i ] we started with nothing when we got married., [ i ] cl…

Start over

stɑːt

Meanings of Start over:

phrasal verb

Make a new beginning.

Usage examples:

Could you face going back to school and starting over?

Start up

stɑːt

Meanings of Start up:

collocation

Get going or set in motion

phrasal verb

(of a machine or device) begin operating or being used.

Usage examples:

He heard the sound of a car starting up

Meanings of Start-a-new-life:

phrase

To completely change how or where you live

Usage examples:

She decided to start a new life in australia., he was released from prison and attempted to start a…

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