from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To start again or anew: restarted the engine after it stalled.
- intransitive v. To begin operation again.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of starting something again.
- v. To start again.
- v. to reboot.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To start again after a stop or pause: specifically used of injectors for feeding-boilers, which adjust themselves to varying pressures of the steam, and, after breaking the continuous flow of water, will pick it up again without readjustment by hand; also of motors for vehicles, which, after being stopped, will start up again without the necessity of compressing and igniting the charge by turning the motor-shaft by hand.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. take up or begin anew
- v. start an engine again, for example
Beckham's scoring strike off a restart is his hallmark and showed why he was the inspiration for the 2003 motion picture "Bend It Like Beckham."
Finally, Jericho have been wrapped up too fast in my opinion and I would gladly scratch season 2 to restart from the end of season 1.
The point to the restart is to give us his beginnings, from a rough soldier to the smooth lifetaker and heartbreaker he becomes.
It'll restart from the left side so it's easier to write down.
The act of putting the ball back into play is called a restart.
Taking the restart from the left side of the penalty area,
The Marc Webb-directed restart is intended to scale the series back from Spider-Man 3’s massive $250+ million price tag to a mere $80 million budget for the 3D 2012 release, starting with the lead it seems.
And now, anything like my current anemia triggers it to restart, which is why I am losing more now.
A restart is a good idea, but not a restart as in going back to the beginning of the story.
"While it is still too early to draw any firm conclusions, it is likely that any potential medium-term restart of operations at Hillgrove would be linked, initially at least, to the production of antimony concentrates.