Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of kick start.
  • verb Alternative spelling of kick start.

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Examples

  • The charity would provide a "kickstart" fund for deserving students from Caitlin's local sixth-form college in Ludlow.

    Letter: Pete Postlethwaite – a man of true beauty

  • Gideon said the village was failing to benefit from its own heritage, and needed a "kickstart".

    Welsh villagers market Myddfai as mecca for herbal remedies

  • Mark, I think the wish to "kickstart" the "cluster" was a little over the line, as well as the claim that we have stopped disseminating knowledge.

    Me, machine

  • POPCRU had tried for months to "kickstart" the provincial negotiations forum, but had been stymied every time by management's

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • RDP "kickstart", this has been funded from various departments and will not, by itsel, lead to a tax increase.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The former Biggest Loser Australia contestant, who lost 61kg during season three of the weight loss reality series, has credited the show with giving her the "kickstart" that she needed to lose weight.

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • The former Biggest Loser Australia contestant, who lost 61kg during season three of the weight loss reality series, has credited the show with giving her the "kickstart" that she needed to lose weight.

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • When Mayor Sam Adams made his surprise announcement of $20 million in "kickstart" funds for the 2030 Bike Plan last month, critics were skeptical.

    Portland Mercury

  • Mayor Sam Adams just announced a $20 million in "kickstart" funds for the plan.

    Portland Mercury

  • Cairns Group discussions represented a "kickstart" and noted that no country wanted to backtrack on points of agreement already reached.

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