Examples of restart in a Sentence
They plan to restart negotiations next week.
The tournament will restart tomorrow.
Recent Examples of restart from the Web
To his credit, Trump has continued the fight to defeat Islamic State, tried to restart the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and used force against Syria to curb its use of chemical weapons.
But now a handful of moderate Republicans are trying to restart the DACA debate in the House.
But Flint's mayor is trying to restart distribution of bottled water, saying all the city's lead pipes have not been replaced.
The companies would also need to draft policies for reprogramming their reclosers, devices that automatically try to restart power lines after an unexpected interruption.
Pilot Richard Vance tried to restart the engine, but had to quickly resign himself to the fact that his aircraft was going down.
The kick stage is fitted with a different sort of rocket engine, Curie, which can be started, shut down and restarted as needed.
The pilot tried to restart the engine twice while the helicopter descended, but couldn't.
On Wednesday, Araghchi told a parliamentary committee in Tehran that Iran would quit the deal if Trump does, raising fears that Iran would then try to restart its nuclear program.
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RESTART Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of restart for English Language Learners
: to make (something) start again after it has stopped
: to start again after stopping
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