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
Keep in mind that restarting may cause irreparable damage to the engine.
The team manager said IndyCar told him after the race there was a glitch in the software that slowed the process of restarting the race.
Wait for the process to restart in two years, or go with one of the candidates.
Some subway service resumed in the afternoon, but train stations remained crowded with passengers waiting for trains to restart, many of them sitting on the floor.
Some subway service resumed in the afternoon, but stations remained crowded with passengers waiting for trains to restart, many of them sitting on the floor.
Shinkansen bullet trains resumed operations Monday afternoon, but many local trains were taking longer to restart service.
One of the high-stakes possibilities following the pullout is whether or not Iran will consider restarting their nuclear program and what countries might follow suit.
The rapprochement also brightens prospects for restarting stalled cooperative studies of Mount Paektu, an active volcano straddling the border between North Korea and China.
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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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