Definition of resumption in English:

resumption

Syllabification: re·sump·tion
Pronunciation: /riˈzəmpSHən
 
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noun

The action of beginning something again after a pause or interruption: a resumption of meaningful negotiation
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  • The resumption of amicable commercial relations was also matched by cultural and artistic transactions.
  • After the peace of Amiens and the subsequent resumption of war against Napoleon the Whigs formed a coalition with the group led by Lord Grenville, but their conservatism meant that Grey had to give up active support of reform.
  • The return to peace saw a swift resumption of car production, which was then hit by the immediate post-war slump.
Synonyms
restart to/of, restarting of, recommencement of, reopening of; continuation of, carrying on of, renewal of, return to

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