Definition for restart

verb as in continue


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Example Sentences

They were just 19th before the restart, but they rank fourth since returning to play.

No duo has run more pick and rolls during the restart than Dame and Nurk, who have paired on 127 screens, per Second Spectrum.

The Bruins were the NHL’s best team in both points percentage and SRS before the league suspended play in March, but they’ve stumbled out of the blocks since the restart.

The way it’s been playing since the restart, I can’t see it.

His production has made up for the loss of Domantas Sabonis, who’s missing the restart, and it takes pressure off guard Victor Oladipo, who’s still settling in.

Still, his conviction will restart a House Ethics Committee investigation into his actions.

The secretary would call and ask him to restart her terminal so that she could resume playing.

“Sometimes it takes 30 minutes, sometimes five minutes, for the generator to restart and the power to come back on,” he told me.

There is also more nitrogen in his varieties, and this contributes to a quick restart of fermentation after each filtration.

But in a state threatening to restart the licensing process, they may be irrelevant.

The machine chuffed ponderously past, and Merriman, by now rested, turned to restart his bicycle.

He gallantly tried to restart the gun, but the enemy were now upon him, and he had no alternative but to retire without the gun.

It was his thought and care to reform these records and restart the Chronicle as a great national archive.

State intervention is needed in order to restart the economy.

They restart work with a bustle which would excite veritable pity in any man but a bee-keeper.

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On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to restart, such as: proceed, reestablish, reinstate, renew, reopen, and restore.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.