What does RESTART mean?

Definitions for RESTART
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This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word RESTART.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. restart, re-startverb

    start an engine again, for example

  2. resume, restart, re-startverb

    take up or begin anew

    "We resumed the negotiations"

Wiktionary

  1. restartnoun

    The act of starting something again.

    After the restart of my browser, the problem went away.

  2. restartverb

    To start again.

    All attempts to restart the engine failed.

  3. restartverb

    to reboot.

ChatGPT

  1. restart

    Restart refers to the action of starting something again, typically a device, system, or process, usually with the intention of refreshing or resetting it to its original settings or to correct a malfunction. This term is usually used in the context of computer technology, where it indicates shutting down and immediately starting up a device or system.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of RESTART in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of RESTART in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of RESTART in a Sentence

  1. Elizabeth Hambourger:

    There are so many problems with the death penalty that are gaining exposure, to want to restart executions at this time seems like the opposite of what we ought to be doing, we should be taking a hard look at it instead.

  2. Brang Mai:

    We never thought that this would happen again. What we facing here is unbelievable, all of a sudden everything vanished within a day or two. If we move out to another country, maybe we get asylum, we just have to restart from basics again.

  3. Russia Russian President Vladimir Putin:

    Your visit today, which you made despite the really complex domestic political situation in Turkey, shows we all want to restart our dialogue and restore our relations.

  4. David Albright:

    It keeps the infrastructure in place and keeps a leg up, if Senator Graham and Senator Menendez want to restart [ uranium ] enrichment operations.

  5. Saudi Arabian:

    I don’t know if our business will survive, we do all that’s necessary to support the people, to keep our employees, to be able to restart in a month or two or three, whenever things get back to — at least closer to — normal. But in reality, nobody can predict what’s going to happen.

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Translations for RESTART

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  • restartování, restartovatCzech
  • genstartDanish
  • Neustart, neustartenGerman
  • επανεκκίνηση, επανεκκινώGreek
  • rekomenciEsperanto
  • reinicio, reiniciarSpanish
  • شروع دوبارهPersian
  • aloittaa uudelleen, käynnistää uudelleenFinnish
  • redémarrer, recommencerFrench
  • újraindítás, újraindítHungarian
  • վերսկսելArmenian
  • riavvio, riavviare, ricominciareItalian
  • 再起動Japanese
  • sileoLatin
  • omstart, starte PC'en på nytt, start PC'en på nyttNorwegian
  • uruchom ponowniePolish
  • recomeçarPortuguese
  • повторный запуск, перезапуск, возобновить, возобновление, возобновлять, перезагрузить, перезагружатьRussian
  • börja om, omstart, återstart, starta omSwedish
  • הייב אן נאכאמאלYiddish
  • 重新开始Chinese

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