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Beginner

Beginnings

keyword: Beginning
Beginning Of The End »
(things will get worse...)


Back To Square One »
(must start again from the very beginning; must begin again...)


Back To The Drawing Board »
(make new plans and start again from the very beginning...)


Baptism Of Fire »
(learning from a difficult beginning...)


Coming To Terms With It »
(learning to accept it and beginning to feel okay about it...)


Falling In Love With You »
(beginning to have feelings of love for you...)


From Start To Finish »
(during the entire race; from the beginning to the end...)


From The Top »
(from the very beginning of the song...)


Get A Feel For Something »
(beginning to feel comfortable with it...)


Get In On The Ground Floor »
(join a project at the very beginning; invest early...)


Get One's Act Together »
(one is beginning to do very well; one's performance is improving...)


Nip Something In The Bud »
(stop it just when it is beginning...)


Scratch The Surface »
(beginning to discover something that is bigger and more extensive...)


Start From Scratch »
(begin from the very beginning; build something from the most basic parts...)




Beginner

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