Translation of reset in Spanish:
transitive verb present participle resetting past tense & past participle reset
- 1(alarm clock)
(volver a) poner(counter/dial)reset button/switch
volver a cerobotón (masculine) /interruptor (masculine) de reposiciónExample sentences
- As I returned to the present moment, and Steve swam back into my field of vision, it occurred to me I must have forgotten to reset the alarm.
- If he wants to work to continental hours he can do so by resetting his alarm.
- Security staff visited the building at 9pm on Monday to reset a burglar alarm after an attempted break-in at the front.
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