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See also: Head Start
- (idiomatic) An advantage consisting in starting a competition or task earlier than might be expected; given (or taken), for example, prior to the beginning of a race.
- Fred gave his younger brother a five minute head start in the Easter egg hunt.
- I want to set off at dawn to get a head start over the competition.
- (idiomatic) A factor conducive to superiority and success.
- His father's money gave him a head start in life.
in advantage in terms of a favorable position
factor conducive to superiority or success
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