One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the beginning of the industrial revolution’
dawn, birth, inception, conception, origination, genesis, emergence, rise, start, starting point, very beginning, launch, onset, outset, unfolding, development, developing, debut
2‘she read the beginning of the book’
opening, start, first part, preface, introduction, foreword, preamble, opening statement, opening remarks, prelude, prologue
rare exordium, proem, prolegomenon
3beginnings‘the therapy has its beginnings in China’
origin, source, starting point, basis, birthplace, cradle, spring, mainspring, embryo, germ
genesis, creation, infancy
roots, seeds, early stages
fons et origo
literary fountainhead, fount, well spring
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