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  • n  starting an automobile engine that has a weak battery by means of jumper cables to another car
  • v  start (a car engine whose battery is dead) by connecting it to another car's battery
  • v  start or re-start vigorously

  • To jump-start the economy, Obama needs to spread around hundreds of billions of dollars, and he'd be wise to start with the currently underfunded efforts to restore the Everglades .
  • Doodling, in contrast, requires very few executive resources but just enough cognitive effort to keep you from daydreaming, which if unchecked will jump-start activity in .
  • In the past 16 weeks, the government has pledged, loaned or invested some $10 trillion to fix ailing banks, jump-start financial markets and keep the automakers from bankruptcy.
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