Beginning: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Synonyms Antonyms Hypernym Verb Group
begin 375 Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action We began working at dawn, Who will start?, Get working as soon as the sun rises!, The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia, He began early in the day, “Let’s get down to work now” Verb No Data end No Data Begin
start 159 Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action We began working at dawn, Who will start?, Get working as soon as the sun rises!, The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia, He began early in the day, “Let’s get down to work now” Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
begin 57 Have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense The DMZ begins right over the hill, The second movement begins after the Allegro, Prices for these homes start at $250,000 Verb No Data end No Data Begin, Begin
start 45 Set in motion, cause to start The U.S. started a war in the Middle East, The Iraqis began hostilities, begin a new chapter in your life Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
source 34 The place where something begins, where it springs into being the Italian beginning of the Renaissance, Jupiter was the origin of the radiation, Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River, “communism’s Russian root” Noun No Data No Data point No Data
begin 27 Set in motion, cause to start The U.S. started a war in the Middle East, The Iraqis began hostilities, begin a new chapter in your life Verb No Data end No Data Begin
beginning 18 The event consisting of the start of something the beginning of the war Noun No Data ending happening No Data
start 17 Have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense The DMZ begins right over the hill, The second movement begins after the Allegro, Prices for these homes start at $250,000 Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin, Begin
origin 11 The place where something begins, where it springs into being the Italian beginning of the Renaissance, Jupiter was the origin of the radiation, Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River, “communism’s Russian root” Noun No Data No Data point No Data
set out 9 Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action We began working at dawn, Who will start?, Get working as soon as the sun rises!, The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia, He began early in the day, “Let’s get down to work now” Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
begin 9 Begin to speak or say; he began Now listen, friends, Verb No Data No Data talk No Data
commence 8 Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action We began working at dawn, Who will start?, Get working as soon as the sun rises!, The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia, He began early in the day, “Let’s get down to work now” Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
beginning 8 The time at which something is supposed to begin they got an early start, she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her Noun No Data middle, end point No Data
start out 7 Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action We began working at dawn, Who will start?, Get working as soon as the sun rises!, The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia, He began early in the day, “Let’s get down to work now” Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
commence 6 Set in motion, cause to start The U.S. started a war in the Middle East, The Iraqis began hostilities, begin a new chapter in your life Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
beginning 6 The first part or section of something “`It was a dark and stormy night’ is a hackneyed beginning for a story” Noun No Data middle, end part No Data
start 5 The time at which something is supposed to begin they got an early start, she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her Noun No Data No Data point No Data
first 4 Serving to begin the beginning canto of the poem, the first verse Adjective opening No Data No Data No Data
outset 4 The time at which something is supposed to begin they got an early start, she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her Noun No Data No Data point No Data
beginning 2 The act of starting something he was responsible for the beginning of negotiations Noun No Data No Data change of state No Data
root 2 The place where something begins, where it springs into being the Italian beginning of the Renaissance, Jupiter was the origin of the radiation, Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River, “communism’s Russian root” Noun No Data No Data point No Data
beginning 2 The place where something begins, where it springs into being the Italian beginning of the Renaissance, Jupiter was the origin of the radiation, Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River, “communism’s Russian root” Noun No Data No Data point No Data
start 1 The act of starting something he was responsible for the beginning of negotiations Noun No Data finish change of state No Data
kickoff 1 The time at which something is supposed to begin they got an early start, she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her Noun No Data No Data point No Data
first 1 The time at which something is supposed to begin they got an early start, she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her Noun No Data No Data point No Data
begin 0 Be the first item or point, constitute the beginning or start, come first in a series “The number `one’ begins the sequence”, A terrible murder begins the novel, The convocation ceremony officially begins the semester Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
beginning 0 Serving to begin the beginning canto of the poem, the first verse Adjective opening No Data No Data No Data
begin 0 Begin to speak, understand, read, and write a language She began Russian at an early age, We started French in fourth grade Verb No Data No Data No Data Get down
begin 0 Achieve or accomplish in the least degree, usually used in the negative “This economic measure doesn’t even begin to deal with the problem of inflation”, You cannot even begin to understand the problem we had to deal with during the war Verb No Data No Data achieve No Data
start 0 Begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object begin a cigar, She started the soup while it was still hot, We started physics in 10th grade Verb No Data No Data act Begin
begin 0 Begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object begin a cigar, She started the soup while it was still hot, We started physics in 10th grade Verb No Data No Data act Begin
start 0 Have a beginning characterized in some specified way The novel begins with a murder, My property begins with the three maple trees, Her day begins with a workout, The semester begins with a convocation ceremony Verb No Data No Data be Begin, Begin, Begin
begin 0 Have a beginning characterized in some specified way The novel begins with a murder, My property begins with the three maple trees, Her day begins with a workout, The semester begins with a convocation ceremony Verb No Data No Data be Begin, Begin, Begin
begin 0 Have a beginning, of a temporal event WW II began in 1939 when Hitler marched into Poland, “The company’s Asia tour begins next month” Verb No Data No Data be Begin, Begin
lead off 0 Set in motion, cause to start The U.S. started a war in the Middle East, The Iraqis began hostilities, begin a new chapter in your life Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
commencement 0 The time at which something is supposed to begin they got an early start, she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her Noun No Data No Data point No Data
commencement 0 The act of starting something he was responsible for the beginning of negotiations Noun No Data No Data change of state No Data
get-go 0 The time at which something is supposed to begin they got an early start, she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her Noun No Data No Data point No Data
starting time 0 The time at which something is supposed to begin they got an early start, she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her Noun No Data No Data point No Data
showtime 0 The time at which something is supposed to begin they got an early start, she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her Noun No Data No Data point No Data
offset 0 The time at which something is supposed to begin they got an early start, she knew from the get-go that he was the man for her Noun No Data No Data point No Data
set about 0 Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action We began working at dawn, Who will start?, Get working as soon as the sun rises!, The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia, He began early in the day, “Let’s get down to work now” Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
rootage 0 The place where something begins, where it springs into being the Italian beginning of the Renaissance, Jupiter was the origin of the radiation, Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River, “communism’s Russian root” Noun No Data No Data point No Data
get down 0 Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action We began working at dawn, Who will start?, Get working as soon as the sun rises!, The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia, He began early in the day, “Let’s get down to work now” Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
get 0 Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action We began working at dawn, Who will start?, Get working as soon as the sun rises!, The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia, He began early in the day, “Let’s get down to work now” Verb No Data No Data No Data Begin
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How many meanings does the word "Beginning" have?

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The word "Beginning" has 45 meanings. The most frequent meaning is begin.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Beginning"?

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The word "Beginning" has 344 hyponyms which are: abutment, antinode, beginning, blind spot, celestial point, center, chokepoint, corner, crossing, focus, geographic point, ground zero, hilum, hot spot, “mcburney’s point”, midair, military position, navel, node, position, pressure point, punctum, topographic point, trichion, vanishing point, accident, accompaniment, appearance, avalanche, boom, case, change, collapse, contact, convergence, crash, destiny, disappearance, discharge, ending, episode, error, eventuality, experience, failure, finish, fire, flash, incident, interruption, juncture, miracle, movement, news event, one-off, outbreak, outburst, periodic event, reverse, sound, success, supervention, thing, treat, trouble, union, wonder, babble, bark, bay, begin, blubber, blurt out, bumble, cackle, chatter, deliver, drone, enthuse, generalize, gulp, hiss, lip off, mumble, murmur, open up, peep, rant, rasp, read, shout, sing, slur, snap, snivel, speak in tongues, speak up, swallow, talk of, tone, troll, verbalize, vocalize, whiff, whisper, yack, arrival time, date, deadline, departure time, distance, end, middle, midterm, moment, phase, run-time, show time, term, then, chukker, component, final period, first period, frame, game, half, high point, inning, over, period, quarter, second period, turn, aeration, arousal, beautification, change of color, chew, cooking, decoration, defoliation, degradation, improvement, infusion, meddling, nullification, passage, reversal, seasoning, soiling, specialization, spiritualization, termination, transfer, wetting, worsening, average, come to, compass, culminate, reach, score, wangle, act on, alternate, antagonize, anticipate, attack, behave, coact, come close, come to the fore, condescend, continue, cope, court, create, dally, dare, deal, dispatch, do well, effect, egotrip, evade, exert, finish up, force, get around to, go, go ahead, go off half-cocked, guard, interact, interrupt, lord it over, make a point, make bold, maneuver, misbehave, participate, partner, perform, perpetrate, play, play it by ear, prosecute, race, rampage, react, reciprocate, repeat, reward, rush, satisfice, set about, sneak, stampede, surprise, take, take care, take time by the forelock, try, use, volunteer, wait, woo, abound, accept, account, account for, act, answer, appear, bake, balance, be well, beat, belong, breathe, buy, clean, cohere, come in for, come in handy, compact, compare, confuse, connect, consist, contain, cost, count, cover, cut, cut across, deck, depend, deserve, disagree, distribute, diverge, draw, fall, feel, figure, fit, gape, gravitate, hail, hang, head, hold, hoodoo, hum, impend, incarnate, iridesce, jumble, kill, lend, let go, lie, litter, loiter, look, lubricate, make, make sense, measure, mope, object, osculate, owe, pay, point, press, promise, prove, put out, rage, range, rank, rate, recognize, relate, remain, represent, rest, retard, run, run into, rut, seem, seethe, sell, shine, sparkle, specify, squat, stagnate, stand, stand by, stay, stick, stink, subtend, suck, suffer, suit, swim, swing, tend, test, total, translate, transplant, trim, underlie, want, wash, wind, work.

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Is the word "Beginning" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Beginning" has a maximum frequency of 375.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Beginning"?

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The word "Beginning" has 1 synonyms which are: opening.

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