start something
also start anything phrasal to make trouble <
always trying to start something
>
<
don't start anything
>

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  • start something — phrasal : to make trouble : create a disturbance a man with a chip on his shoulder who s always trying to start something * * * informal cause trouble * * * start something see ↑start, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑something …   Useful english dictionary

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