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synonyms for jumpstart

  • electrify
  • fire up
  • galvanize
  • hit the ground running
  • inspirit
  • lead
  • revivify
  • animate
  • blaze a trail
  • energize
  • exhilarate
  • inspire
  • prompt
  • rally
  • wake up
  • boost
  • buoy
  • encourage
  • push
  • revamp
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antonyms for jumpstart

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  • depress
  • discourage
  • disparage
  • dispirit
  • dissuade
  • retard
  • dampen
  • pacify
  • subdue
  • tranquilize
  • deter
  • disable
  • enfeeble
  • inhibit
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Today, large-scale infrastructure projects like coal plants are helping jump-start economic activity that slowed early this year because of the coronavirus.
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