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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
References in classic literature ?
But Dolokhov restarted the conversation which had dropped and began putting direct questions as to how many men there were in the battalion, how many battalions, and how many prisoners.
We had barely time even to look at one another, but I suspected that it was of set purpose that he restarted his horse so quickly.
After an extraordinary Union meeting, BiokA!ic reminded that the plan to restart production on September 1 was supposed to start the smelter, but according to him, nothing has been done to make that happen.
Anastasiades reiterated that he is ready restart negotiations.
' Other than the fact that most of the work were doing at the time you encountered the BSOD would be lost, this wouldn't be a problem since the PC would just restart. However, my case was rather different.
The researcher said anything that renders HTML on iOS can be affected which means if a link on Facebook or Twitter, or a webpage or an email containing the code, can crash and restart your iPhone.
Phase 1 involves generation of final input data required for a definitive feasibility study (DFS), including a drilling program to deliver measured and indicated resources, an optimization program to deliver further cost savings and/or process improvements, and a preliminary execution plan, updated cost estimate, and schedule for the restart of the existing solvent extraction plant.
I was given the opportunity to take the REstart property management course.
HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) has said that it has launched a programme in India to help women to restart their careers.
We always strive to offer our customers the latest in television technology, and Restart TV provides another way for our television customers to enjoy their TV viewing experience, said Grier Raclin, President and CEO of i3 Broadband.
Taipower originally requested the restart on February 5, but the AEC needed one month to complete its review of the application, followed by a discussion at the Legislative Yuan.