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
June 1, 2017 Crews are expected to restart their rescue efforts today, KRCR7 reported.
The Mukilteo and Bainbridge cars were towed off the ferries, Sterling said, while the downtown Seattle car was eventually able to restart.
Truex had dominated the stage, leading 90 laps, but restarted fourth after the stops under caution and couldn’t make up the difference.
A four car pile-up ensued down the field as the race restarted with Oriol Silva losing control and taking James Davison, Josef Newgarden, James Hinchcliffeand Will Power with him.
A few laps after the race restarted, there was another scary-looking accident, involving Conor Daly and Jack Harvey.
Sometimes things stop completely, only to restart again.
The new stop/start technology automatically shuts off the engine when the vehicle comes to a stop, and restarts it when the brakes are released.
According to Palm, Mid America completed its work in January 2017, at which point the building was turned back over to Fresh Thyme to restart its buildout.
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First Known Use of restart
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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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