Sinônimos de kick-start
to do something bold or drastic in order to begin or improve the performance of somethingHe has chosen to kick-start the economy by slashing interest rates.
I was stimulated to examine my deepest thoughts.
When things aren't going well, he always encourages me.
The recession has prompted consumers to cut back on buying cars.
His friend's plight had spurred him into taking part.
His comments have provoked a shocked reaction.
His work has aroused intense interest.
It roused a feeling of rebellion in her.
Thank you for quickening my spiritual understanding.
He incited his fellow citizens to take revenge.
get something going
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in the sense of arouse
to produce (a reaction, emotion, or response)His work has aroused intense interest.
in the sense of encourage
to give (someone) the confidence to do somethingWhen things aren't going well, he always encourages me.
in the sense of incite
to stir up or provoke to actionHe incited his fellow citizens to take revenge.
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