start an engine again, for example
resume, restart, re-start(verb)
take up or begin anew
"We resumed the negotiations"
The act of starting something again.
After the restart of my browser, the problem went away.
To start again.
All attempts to restart the engine failed.
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The numerical value of restart in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of restart in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of restart in a Sentence
Jones was really fast, he was kind of in a league of his own when he could get to clean air. I knew if we could stay back and stay with him (on the final restart), as long as he didn't get to clean air, it would be all right.
Just unplug it, leave it unplugged for a few minutes and let it restart, that actually gets rid of a lot of stuff that had been built up.
The production freeze can therefore be seen as an un-official way for Saudi Arabia to make some room for the restart of the Iranian exports.
If we let up too soon then we run the risk of jumping the gun and having this restart, we literally have to have absolute compliance. Without that, this is our new normal.
What we have to do is take care of the institutions and people's livelihoods, the soft capital, so that we can restart effectively in a timely way when the time comes.
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- restartovat, restartováníCzech
- Neustart, neustartenGerman
- επανεκκινώ, επανεκκίνησηGreek
- reiniciar, reinicioSpanish
- شروع دوبارهPersian
- käynnistää uudelleen, aloittaa uudelleenFinnish
- recommencer, redémarrerFrench
- újraindít, újraindításHungarian
- riavvio, ricominciare, riavviareItalian
- omstart, starte PC'en på nytt, start PC'en på nyttNorwegian
- uruchom ponowniePolish
- перезапуск, повторный запуск, возобновлять, перезагрузить, перезагружать, возобновление, возобновитьRussian
- starta om, återstart, börja om, omstartSwedish
- הייב אן נאכאמאלYiddish
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