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Definition of "begun" []

  • Past participle of begin. (verb)

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Use "begun" in a sentence
  • "I do really think you had begun to like Lord Chelford -- only _begun_, the least little insidious bit; but thank you, wild Bessie Frankleyn, you have quite opened my eyes."
  • ""If it pleases you, then," said Mr. Denslow, "I will attend the first thing in the morning to having the investigation into the title begun, and I suppose that within the next three days the deal can be consummated and the property duly transferred to Mr.. Baker.""
  • "Vladimir Putin, is in the third year of his term begun May 2008."