Adjective "restarted" definition and examples

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

Pronunciation

/riːˈstɑːt/restartNoun/ˈriːstɑːt/

Definitions and examples

verb

Start again.
  1. with object 'he tried to restart his stalled car'
  2. 'Even if there is the will, a lot of cash is needed to get enterprises restarted.'
  3. 'After some frantic work by the team, the engines were restarted and both cars joined the race, albeit two laps down on the rest of the field.'
  4. 'Repaving work that has so far cost £2.2m is restarting following a break over the Christmas period.'
  5. 'Any weight loss will be mostly water rather than body fat and will be regained when normal eating is restarted.'
  6. 'He stayed immobile when the game restarted and the referee then stopped play for him to receive immediate attention.'
  7. 'Then, with ten minutes to go before restarting the boiler, we had a total power cut.'
  8. 'The final whistle sounded before the game could be restarted and Reds had secured another fabulous win.'
  9. 'After a huge crash on the second lap the race was restarted and he fought his way up to sixth only to be relegated back to eighth on aggregate time.'
  10. 'It's almost like she's restarting from scratch.'
  11. 'That kind of misbehaviour has happened after I installed other applications and then continued using my computer without restarting it.'

noun

A new start or beginning.
  1. 'If Dundee went into the break with renewed hope, it was extinguished 10 minutes after the restart.'
  2. 'The home defence had no such luck on the restart as Inverness eased ahead.'
  3. 'Despite continuing to look the livelier on the restart, Clydebank were unable to create similar chances.'
  4. 'Kendal joy was shortlived as Manchester attacked from the restart and cracked a low shot into the corner of the net.'
  5. 'There was continued pressure from the Jags upon the restart and it was to pay dividends almost immediately.'
  6. 'Their puzzlement increased four minutes after the restart as the visitors doubled their tally.'
  7. 'The team talk at half time woke up Kendal and they opened the scoring within the first 20 seconds of the restart.'
  8. 'The second half saw a rejuvenated Clitheroe display and two quick goals after the restart put them in front.'
  9. 'His revival continued after the restart with another brace of tries.'
  10. 'After the restart Rovers still had the upper hand although it was actually City who had the better scoring chances.'

More definitions

1. to begin or set out, as on a journey or activity.

2. to appear or come suddenly into action, life, view, etc.; rise or issue suddenly forth.

3. to spring, move, or dart suddenly from a position or place: The rabbit started from the bush.

4. to be among the entrants in a race or the initial participants in a game or contest.

5. to give a sudden, involuntary jerk, jump, or twitch, as from a shock of surprise, alarm, or pain: The sudden clap of thunder caused e

More examples(as adjective)

"sources can be restarted in/at/on dates."

"units can be restarted."

"talks can be restarted."

"productions can be restarted."

"operations can be restarted."

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Origin

(start)