Adjective "recommenced" definition and examples

(Recommenced may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/riːkəˈmɛns/

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Definitions and examples

verb

Begin or cause to begin again.
  1. with object 'it was agreed to recommence talks'
  2. 'Services recommenced at the church last November.'
  3. 'When supplies recommenced it took several days for the country to become fully mobile again.'
  4. 'The danger is that afterwards you will feel even more tired than you did before - and perhaps tempted to recommence the cycle by reaching for yet another cup of coffee.'
  5. 'The National Park Authority has said it is aware extraction has recommenced and said that it ‘did not accept’ that there was consent for the extraction of limestone.'
  6. 'When the announcement came around 2pm on Friday that play would recommence within an hour and a half there was a fair degree of cynicism in the air in the headquarters of the media.'
  7. 'Union leaders scotched the strike after the company's management agreed to recommence negotiations on wages and related issues.'
  8. 'Despite last week's announcement by the independent trustee, he remained hopeful that negotiations would recommence.'
  9. 'In 1998 it recommenced extraction of sandstone from a quarry at Stancliffe in Derbyshire.'
  10. 'At 8am, lessons recommenced and continued until midday.'
  11. 'All other events on the programme continue except the walking which will recommence when the weather improves.'

More definitions

1. to begin; start.

More examples(as adjective)

"operations can be recommenced."

Origin

(commence)