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re·boot

 (rē-bo͞ot′)
tr.v. re·boot·ed, re·boot·ing, re·boots
1. To turn (a computer's operating system) off and then on again; restart.
2. To bring back (an earlier film or television show), usually with a new cast and updated script.
n.
1. The act or an instance of rebooting a computer's operating system.
2. A film or television show that is a remake of an earlier production, typically with a different or refreshed viewpoint.

reboot

(riːˈbuːt)
vb
(Computer Science) to shut down and restart (a computer system) or (of a computer system) to shut down and restart

reboot


Past participle: rebooted
Gerund: rebooting

Imperative
reboot
reboot
Present
I reboot
you reboot
he/she/it reboots
we reboot
you reboot
they reboot
Preterite
I rebooted
you rebooted
he/she/it rebooted
we rebooted
you rebooted
they rebooted
Present Continuous
I am rebooting
you are rebooting
he/she/it is rebooting
we are rebooting
you are rebooting
they are rebooting
Present Perfect
I have rebooted
you have rebooted
he/she/it has rebooted
we have rebooted
you have rebooted
they have rebooted
Past Continuous
I was rebooting
you were rebooting
he/she/it was rebooting
we were rebooting
you were rebooting
they were rebooting
Past Perfect
I had rebooted
you had rebooted
he/she/it had rebooted
we had rebooted
you had rebooted
they had rebooted
Future
I will reboot
you will reboot
he/she/it will reboot
we will reboot
you will reboot
they will reboot
Future Perfect
I will have rebooted
you will have rebooted
he/she/it will have rebooted
we will have rebooted
you will have rebooted
they will have rebooted
Future Continuous
I will be rebooting
you will be rebooting
he/she/it will be rebooting
we will be rebooting
you will be rebooting
they will be rebooting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rebooting
you have been rebooting
he/she/it has been rebooting
we have been rebooting
you have been rebooting
they have been rebooting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rebooting
you will have been rebooting
he/she/it will have been rebooting
we will have been rebooting
you will have been rebooting
they will have been rebooting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rebooting
you had been rebooting
he/she/it had been rebooting
we had been rebooting
you had been rebooting
they had been rebooting
Conditional
I would reboot
you would reboot
he/she/it would reboot
we would reboot
you would reboot
they would reboot
Past Conditional
I would have rebooted
you would have rebooted
he/she/it would have rebooted
we would have rebooted
you would have rebooted
they would have rebooted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reboot - cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes; "boot your computer"
resuscitate, revive - cause to regain consciousness; "The doctors revived the comatose man"
Translations
réamorcer
ponovno pognati računalnik

reboot

[ˌriːˈbuːt] VT & VI (Comput) → reinicializar, reiniciar

reboot

vti (Comput) → neu starten, rebooten
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The only way out of this situation is to reboot the computer.
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The never-ending stream of information that we're exposed to on a daily basis and the ever-present glow of a screen can be overwhelming," said Reboot Executive Director Yoav Schlesinger.
Should this be the case, the client configuration agent will cause the machine to perform one final reboot in order to complete the configuration process.
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