I have a second cousin living at the end of my street, but we hardly meet. I plan to meet her soon and tell her to come out and go out for a walk. Could anyone suggest a phrase, word, or an idiom ...
For me they both seem interchangeable, but I suspect there should be at least subtle difference in meaning. When it's more appropriate to use "start off" instead of just "start"?
In Macmillan dictionary, 3rd meaning of roll up: [TRANSITIVE] if you roll a car window up, you turn a handle or push a button so that the window goes up I've learned 'roll up' below: ...