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re·sump·tion

 (rĭ-zŭmp′shən)
n.
The act or an instance of resuming; a beginning again: resumption of negotiations.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Late Latin resūmptiō, resūmptiōn-, recovery, from Latin resūmptus, past participle of resūmere, to resume; see resume.]
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resumption

(rɪˈzʌmpʃən)
n
the act of resuming or beginning again
[C15: via Old French from Late Latin resumptiō, from Latin resūmere to resume]
reˈsumptive adj
reˈsumptively adv
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re•sump•tion

(rɪˈzʌmp ʃən)

n.
the act of resuming.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Middle French < Late Latin resūmptiō= Latin resūm(ere) to resume + -tiō -tion]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.resumption - beginning again
commencement, start, beginning - the act of starting something; "he was responsible for the beginning of negotiations"
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resumption

noun continuation, carrying on, reopening, renewal, restart, resurgence, new beginning, re-establishment, fresh outbreak a resumption of friendly relations
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resumption

noun
A continuing after interruption:
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Translations
إسْتِئْناف
nové zahájení
genoptagelse
újrakezdés
endurupptaka; òaî aî hefja aî nÿju
opätovné otvorenie
yeniden başlama

resumption

[rɪˈzʌmpʃən] N (gen) → reanudación f; (= continuation) → continuación f
on the resumption of the sittingal reanudarse la sesión
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resumption

[rɪˈzʌmpʃən] n [talks, negotiations, relations, violence, hostilities, testing] → reprise f
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resumption

n (of activity)Wiederaufnahme f; (of command, possession)erneute Übernahme; (of journey)Fortsetzung f; (of classes)Wiederbeginn m
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resumption

[rɪˈzʌmpʃn] nripresa
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resume

(rəˈzjuːm) verb
to begin again after stopping. After tea, the meeting resumed; We'll resume the meeting after tea.
resumption (rəˈzampʃən) noun
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This interruption, and the consequent wakefulness of Mrs Varden, who had been nodding in her sleep up to this point, except for a minute or two at a time, when she roused herself to scold the locksmith for audaciously taking hold of her to prevent her nodding herself out of the chaise, put a restraint upon the whispered conversation, and made it difficult of resumption. Indeed, before they had gone another mile, Gabriel stopped at his wife's desire, and that good lady protested she would not hear of Joe's going a step further on any account whatever.
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I infer," glancing at his hands again, "in the resumption of some old pursuit connected with the shock?"
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The fight that followed was a long one and delayed the resumption of the march for an hour.
He was preparing to transfer his management of the Bank, and to give up any active control of other commercial affairs in the neighborhood, on the ground of his failing health, but without excluding his future resumption of such work.
"Gentlemen," shouted an excited member of the procession, "three cheers for the resumption of the land of England by the people of England!
I said: "Very well," and with a sudden resumption of her extremely busy, not-a-moment-to-lose manner Rose departed from the room.
And when the time should come for our resumption of those pursuits which
The object of this excellent Charity is--as all serious people know--to rescue unredeemed fathers' trousers from the pawnbroker, and to prevent their resumption, on the part of the irreclaimable parent, by abridging them immediately to suit the proportions of the innocent son.
If we could only get some hint as to what passed in his mind, between the time of my argument with him today and his resumption of fly-catching, it might afford us a valuable clue.
This was the case more specifically with a phenomenon at last quite frequent for him in the upper rooms, the recognition - absolutely unmistakeable, and by a turn dating from a particular hour, his resumption of his campaign after a diplomatic drop, a calculated absence of three nights - of his being definitely followed, tracked at a distance carefully taken and to the express end that he should the less confidently, less arrogantly, appear to himself merely to pursue.