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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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