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re·start

 (rē-stärt′)
v. re·start·ed, re·start·ing, re·starts
v.tr.
To start again or anew: restarted the engine after it stalled.
v.intr.
To begin operation again.

re′start′ n.
re·start′a·ble adj.

restart

vb
to start again
n
a. the act or an instance of starting again: the restart of the lap.
b. (as modifier): a restart device.

restart


Past participle: restarted
Gerund: restarting

Imperative
restart
restart
Present
I restart
you restart
he/she/it restarts
we restart
you restart
they restart
Preterite
I restarted
you restarted
he/she/it restarted
we restarted
you restarted
they restarted
Present Continuous
I am restarting
you are restarting
he/she/it is restarting
we are restarting
you are restarting
they are restarting
Present Perfect
I have restarted
you have restarted
he/she/it has restarted
we have restarted
you have restarted
they have restarted
Past Continuous
I was restarting
you were restarting
he/she/it was restarting
we were restarting
you were restarting
they were restarting
Past Perfect
I had restarted
you had restarted
he/she/it had restarted
we had restarted
you had restarted
they had restarted
Future
I will restart
you will restart
he/she/it will restart
we will restart
you will restart
they will restart
Future Perfect
I will have restarted
you will have restarted
he/she/it will have restarted
we will have restarted
you will have restarted
they will have restarted
Future Continuous
I will be restarting
you will be restarting
he/she/it will be restarting
we will be restarting
you will be restarting
they will be restarting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been restarting
you have been restarting
he/she/it has been restarting
we have been restarting
you have been restarting
they have been restarting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been restarting
you will have been restarting
he/she/it will have been restarting
we will have been restarting
you will have been restarting
they will have been restarting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been restarting
you had been restarting
he/she/it had been restarting
we had been restarting
you had been restarting
they had been restarting
Conditional
I would restart
you would restart
he/she/it would restart
we would restart
you would restart
they would restart
Past Conditional
I would have restarted
you would have restarted
he/she/it would have restarted
we would have restarted
you would have restarted
they would have restarted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.restart - start an engine again, for example
start up, start - get going or set in motion; "We simply could not start the engine"; "start up the computer"
2.restart - take up or begin anew; "We resumed the negotiations"
preserve, uphold, carry on, continue, bear on - keep or maintain in unaltered condition; cause to remain or last; "preserve the peace in the family"; "continue the family tradition"; "Carry on the old traditions"

restart

verb
To begin or go on after an interruption:
Translations

restart

[ˈriːˈstɑːt]
A. VT [+ book, drawing] → empezar de nuevo, volver a empezar; [+ negotiations, meeting] → reanudar; [+ engine] → volver a arrancar
B. VI [meeting etc] → empezar de nuevo, reanudarse

restart

[riːˈstɑːrt]
vt
[+ engine, car] → redémarrer
[+ work] → reprendre; [+ meeting, talks, game, race] → reprendre
vi
[engine, car] → redémarrer
[work] → reprendre; [meeting, talks, game, race] → reprendre

restart

vt job, activitywieder aufnehmen; negotiations, career alsowieder beginnen or anfangen; raceneu starten; game (from beginning) → neu beginnen; (after interruption) → fortsetzen; engine, carwieder anlassen; machinewieder anschalten; computerneu starten; economywieder ankurbeln; to restart workwieder zu arbeiten anfangen
viwieder anfangen or beginnen; (race)von Neuem beginnen; (game) (from beginning) → neu beginnen; (after interruption) → fortgesetzt werden; (machine)wieder starten; (computer)neu starten; (engine, car)wieder anspringen
NNeubeginn m; (of activity)Wiederaufnahme f; (of computer)Neustart m

restart

[ˌriːˈstɑːt] vt (engine) → rimettere in marcia; (work) → ricominciare
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