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resume

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of resume

  1. to begin again or return to after an interruption we resumed the game as soon as the rain had passed Synonyms continue, pick up, proceed (with), renew, reopen, restart Related Words resuscitate, revive; recrudesce Near Antonyms complete, conclude, consummate, end, finalize, finish; belay, break, can [slang], cease, check, cut, desist, discontinue, drop, halt, knock off, leave off, quit, scuttle, shut off, stay, stop, terminate


résumé

noun
variants: or

resume

also

resumé

Synonyms and Antonyms of résumé

  1. a short statement of the main points a book on the assassination that is in effect a résumé of all of the evidence that points to a conspiracy Synonyms abstract, breviary, brief, capsule, conspectus, digest, encapsulation, epitome, inventory, outline, précis, recap, recapitulation, summary (or resume also resumé), roundup, rundown, run-through, sum, summa, summarization, summing-up, sum-up, synopsis, wrap-upRelated Words abbreviation, abridgment (or abridgement), compend, compendium, condensation, curtailment, shortening; simplification, streamlining; rehash, reprise; conclusion, epilogue (also epilog)Near Antonyms amplification, enlargement, expansion; addendum, supplement


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