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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
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