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re·set

 (rē-sĕt′)
v. re·set, re·set·ting, re·sets
v.tr.
1. To set again: reset a broken bone.
2. To change the reading of: reset a clock.
3. To adjust (the interest rate of a loan) according to contractual arrangement, as at the end of a preset term.
v.intr.
1. To be set again: waiting for the bowling pins to reset.
2.
a. To change according to contractual arrangement, as at the end of a preset term. Used of an interest rate.
b. To change to a different interest rate according to contractual arrangement, as at the end of a preset term. Used of a loan.
n. (rē′sĕt′)
The act or an instance of setting again: the reset of a computer password.

re·set′ta·ble adj.
re·set′ter n.

reset

vb (tr) , -sets, -setting or -set
1. to set again (a broken bone, matter in type, a gemstone, etc)
2. (General Engineering) to restore (a gauge, dial, etc) to zero
3. (Computer Science) Also: clear to restore (the contents of a register or similar device) in a computer system to zero
n
4. the act or an instance of setting again
5. a thing that is set again
6. (Botany) a plant that has been recently transplanted
7. (General Engineering) a device for resetting instruments, controls, etc
reˈsetter n

reset

vb (tr) , -sets, -setting or -set
(Law) to receive or handle (goods) knowing they have been stolen
n
(Law) the receiving of stolen goods
[C14: from Old French receter, from Latin receptāre, from recipere to receive]
reˈsetter n

re•set

(v. riˈsɛt; n. ˈriˌsɛt)

v. -set, -set•ting,
n. v.t.
1. to set again.
2. to set back the odometer on (a vehicle) to a lower reading.
v.i.
3. to become set again.
n.
4. the act of resetting.
5. something reset.
[1645–55]
re•set′ta•ble, adj.
re•set′ter, n.

reset


Past participle: reset
Gerund: resetting

Imperative
reset
reset
Present
I reset
you reset
he/she/it resets
we reset
you reset
they reset
Preterite
I reset
you reset
he/she/it reset
we reset
you reset
they reset
Present Continuous
I am resetting
you are resetting
he/she/it is resetting
we are resetting
you are resetting
they are resetting
Present Perfect
I have reset
you have reset
he/she/it has reset
we have reset
you have reset
they have reset
Past Continuous
I was resetting
you were resetting
he/she/it was resetting
we were resetting
you were resetting
they were resetting
Past Perfect
I had reset
you had reset
he/she/it had reset
we had reset
you had reset
they had reset
Future
I will reset
you will reset
he/she/it will reset
we will reset
you will reset
they will reset
Future Perfect
I will have reset
you will have reset
he/she/it will have reset
we will have reset
you will have reset
they will have reset
Future Continuous
I will be resetting
you will be resetting
he/she/it will be resetting
we will be resetting
you will be resetting
they will be resetting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been resetting
you have been resetting
he/she/it has been resetting
we have been resetting
you have been resetting
they have been resetting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been resetting
you will have been resetting
he/she/it will have been resetting
we will have been resetting
you will have been resetting
they will have been resetting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been resetting
you had been resetting
he/she/it had been resetting
we had been resetting
you had been resetting
they had been resetting
Conditional
I would reset
you would reset
he/she/it would reset
we would reset
you would reset
they would reset
Past Conditional
I would have reset
you would have reset
he/she/it would have reset
we would have reset
you would have reset
they would have reset
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.reset - device for resetting instruments or controlsreset - device for resetting instruments or controls
device - an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose; "the device is small enough to wear on your wrist"; "a device intended to conserve water"
reset button - a push button that you press to activate the reset mechanism
Verb1.reset - set anew; "They re-set the date on the clock"
specify, fix, limit, set, determine, define - decide upon or fix definitely; "fix the variables"; "specify the parameters"
2.reset - set to zero; "reset instruments and dials"
set - set to a certain position or cause to operate correctly; "set clocks or instruments"
3.reset - adjust again after an initial failure
adjust, correct, set - alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard; "Adjust the clock, please"; "correct the alignment of the front wheels"
Translations
asettaanollataresetoida
réinitialiserremettre à zérorestaurer
herinitialiseren

reset

[ˈriːˈset] (reset (vb: pt, pp))
A. VT [+ machine] → reajustar; [+ printing press] → recomponer; [+ computer] → reinicializar; [+ bone] → volver a encajar; [+ jewel] → reengastar
B. CPD reset switch Nconmutador m de reajuste

reset

[ˌriːˈsɛt] [reset] [ˌriːˈsɛt] (pt, pp) vt
[+ timer, counter, dial] → remettre à zéro; [+ alarm] → remettre; [+ clock, watch] → remettre à l'heure
(COMPUTING)réinitialiser
[+ broken bone, fracture] → réduire
[+ precious stone, gem] → remonter

reset

pret, ptp <reset>
vt
precious stoneneu (ein)fassen; watchneu stellen (→ to auf +acc); (for summer time etc) → umstellen (→ for auf +acc); body clockumstellen; dial, gaugezurückstellen (→ to auf +acc); machineneu or wieder einstellen; (Comput) → rücksetzen; reset switch or button (Comput) → Resettaste f; (Typ) textneu setzen
(Med) limb, bonewieder einrichten; dislocated shoulderwieder einrenken

reset

[ˌriːˈsɛt] vt (Comput) → azzerare
References in classic literature ?
Even when the stage was being entirely reset, one heard no noise.
Ah, true,' replied the jeweller, and he reset the stone.
Now she recalled, with an aching tightness about her heart, how delicious had been her relaxation, when, the dinner dishes washed, the table reset and the kitchen in scrupulous order with the last fly vanquished, she and Nellie had luxuriated in that exquisite sense of leisure that only women know who have passed triumphantly through a heavy morning's work and have everything ready for the evening.
The open forges of armorer and smithy smoked and hissed, and the din of hammer on anvil rose above the thousand lesser noises of the castle courts, the shouting of commands, the rattle of steel, the ringing of iron hoof on stone flags, as these artificers hastened, sweating and cursing, through the eleventh hour repairs to armor, lance and sword, or to reset a shoe upon a refractory, plunging beast.
The dwellers in those quiet tree-lined roads were accustomed to see the two figures, the long, thin, austere seaman, and the short, bustling, tweed-clad physician, pass and repass with such regularity that a stopped clock has been reset by them.
Simply plug your WiFi router and your modem into the Reset Plug.
13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Thycotic, a provider of smart and effective password reset solutions for global organizations, today announced the availability of the latest version of Thycotic Password Reset Server, a self-service password reset tool designed for end-users.
Cireson, provider of service and asset management solutions, announced on Monday that it has launched its new Password Reset app, part of its Identity Management Solution for Microsoft System Center Service Manager.
based company said the 23,000-member, $295 million Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union will offer members its Rate Reset for Auto and LoanGEN for Auto platforms.
To do a backup using Google, go to Backup & Reset.
The Army Materiel Command (AMC) has the lead for Reset and repair of NS-E.
Our job after that reset period can't be one that's disruptive.