start-off (0 synonym found)

Definition of start-off:

(v) : to operate some distance from the object of the operation; to become involved in a social confrontation, or conflict of interests. (To cause a stand-off is to undertake the action itself.)
(n) : a device which maintains a fixed distance between two objects, especially between a surface and electrical wiring; a social confrontation, or conflict between persons (see above verb)
"I don't want to get involved in the standoff between those two."

Definition of start-off:

(v) : to operate some distance from the object of the operation; to become involved in a social confrontation, or conflict of interests. (To cause a stand-off is to undertake the action itself.)
(n) : a device which maintains a fixed distance between two objects, especially between a surface and electrical wiring; a social confrontation, or conflict between persons (see above verb)
"I don't want to get involved in the standoff between those two."

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