Kickstart (verb)

To start something with a sudden burst of energy or enthusiasm.

Origin:

The word "kickstart" is a combination of the words "kick" and "start". the term was first used in the context of starting a motorcycle engine by forcefully pushing down a lever with the foot, giving it an initial burst of power. the term has since been extended to refer to any process that gives something an initial boost or jumpstart.

Examples:

  1. The company needed a new strategy to kickstart their sales.
  2. He needed something to kickstart his motivation to write a novel.
  3. The government's stimulus package was designed to kickstart the economy.
  4. The new product launch was a successful effort to kickstart the company's growth.
  5. The fundraiser was an attempt to kickstart the construction of the new community center.
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