flying start definition

  • noun:
    • Sports A racing begin in which the participants are generally in full movement once they cross the starting line.
    • A quick or auspicious start.
    • An especially great start.
    • the beginning of a sports event where the competitors are going if they go the beginning line or initial jump point.
    • a quick and auspicious start
    • a racing start in which the contestants already are in full motion when they go the beginning range
    • Sports A racing start in that your contestants seem to be completely motion once they cross the starting range.
    • a fast or auspicious start.
    • An especially good start.
    • Sports A racing begin in that the contestants are actually entirely motion if they cross the starting range.
    • the beginning of a sports occasion when the rivals tend to be moving if they go the starting range or preliminary leap point.
    • A quick or auspicious start.
    • a particularly great begin.
    • Sports A racing start in that the participants are already entirely motion if they cross the starting line.
    • a quick and auspicious beginning
    • The start of a sports event where rivals tend to be moving when they go the starting line or preliminary leap point.
    • an instant or auspicious start.
    • a racing come from that your contestants are actually in full motion if they go the beginning line
    • Sports A racing come from that the participants are actually in full movement if they cross the starting range.
    • Sports A racing come from that the contestants are actually entirely motion when they cross the starting line.
    • Sports A racing come from which the contestants are usually completely motion when they cross the beginning range.
    • a fast or auspicious start.
    • A quick or auspicious beginning.
    • a fast or auspicious start.
    • a particularly good begin.
    • An especially good begin.
    • a particularly good begin.
    • The start of a sports event where the rivals are moving once they go the beginning line or preliminary jump point.
    • The start of a sports occasion when the rivals tend to be going when they pass the beginning line or initial leap point.
    • the beginning of a sports event where the rivals are moving if they pass the beginning line or initial jump point.
    • An especially great begin.
    • the beginning of a sports occasion when the rivals tend to be moving if they pass the beginning range or preliminary jump point.
    • a fast and auspicious start
    • a quick and auspicious beginning
    • a fast and auspicious beginning
    • a racing come from that your participants are usually completely movement when they pass the starting range
    • a racing begin in that your participants already are completely movement once they go the beginning line
    • a fast and auspicious beginning
    • activities A racing come from that the contestants are already entirely movement if they cross the starting line.
    • a quick and auspicious start
    • a racing begin in which the participants seem to be entirely movement once they go the starting range
    • an instant or auspicious start.
    • a racing begin in that the participants are usually entirely motion when they go the beginning line
    • a racing come from which the contestants are actually entirely motion if they go the starting range
    • a particularly great begin.
    • the beginning of a sports occasion where competitors tend to be moving when they pass the starting range or preliminary jump point.
    • a quick and auspicious start
    • a racing come from which the contestants already are completely movement once they pass the starting range
  • adjective:
    • a-start in a sailing competition when the signal is offered although the vessels are under method.
    • a start in a sailing battle where sign is provided as the vessels tend to be under way.
    • a-start in a sailing battle in which the sign is given whilst vessels tend to be under way.
    • a start in a sailing race where sign is offered although the vessels tend to be under method.
    • a-start in a sailing competition in which the signal is provided although the vessels are under way.
    • a-start in a sailing battle when the signal is provided even though the vessels tend to be under way.
    • a-start in a sailing battle where the signal is offered whilst the vessels tend to be under means.
    • a start in a sailing competition when the sign is offered whilst the vessels tend to be under method.

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