Definition of restart in English:

restart

Line breaks: re|start

verb

Pronunciation: /riːˈstɑːt
 
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Start again: [no object]: the talks will restart in September [with object]: he tried to restart his stalled car
More example sentences
  • The computer could not be restarted, so the programme returned to the national network.
  • After some frantic work by the team, the engines were restarted and both cars joined the race, albeit two laps down on the rest of the field.
  • It's almost like she's restarting from scratch.

noun

Pronunciation: /ˈriːstɑːt
 
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[in singular] Back to top  
A new start or beginning: they ordered the restart of the talks
More example sentences
  • His revival continued after the restart with another brace of tries.
  • The deluge continued after the restart as Hornets turned on the style.
  • The points continued to flow on the restart, as did the goals as Carlow started to tire.

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