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Restart (German)

Part of speech: noun, (male)

Hyphenation:
New | start, Plural: New | starts
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈNɔɪ̯ˌʃtaʁt]
Word meaning / definition:
1) restart
Synonyms:
1) New beginning, new beginning
General terms:
1) start
Application examples:
1) Every new school year is one for the students Restart.
1) “Two years after Restart The search for a German nuclear waste repository has sparked an old dispute between Lower Saxony and Bavaria about possible locations. "
Word formations:
Restart option
Cases:
Nominative: singular Restart; Plural Reboots
Genitive: singular Reboots; Plural Reboots
Dative: singular Restart; Plural Reboots
Accusative: singular Restart; Plural Reboots

Translations

  • English: 1) re-start
  • French: 1) redémarrage (male)
  • Turkish: 1) yeniden başlama (start something), yeniden başlatma (let something begin)
  • Hungarian: 1) újraindítás

Anagrams:amazed, whispered, statures

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The CDU foreign politician Röttgen demands one Restart in the government coalition.
dradio.de, September 25, 2018

That would be without a generous 80,000 euro donation Restart not possible.
Kölnische Rundschau, April 14, 2019

With a Restart small wineries want to secure their economic survival in Horitschon.
kurier.at, March 29, 2019

LEONDING. See politics as the population Restart positive.
nachricht.at, February 02, 2019

The Union Restart warns that this would create relapses and thus crime.
DiePresse.com, December 4th, 2018

A Restart full of devastation.
laut.de, November 26, 2019

In Tulsa, Trump wanted that Restart celebrate his campaign, even the Restart of the whole country. It became a Restart of embarrassments. And it wasn't just because of his confused speech.
sueddeutsche.de, June 21, 2020

Graz hosts and cooks are working flat out on the Restart of gastronomy.
Kleine Zeitung, April 28, 2020

The Restart After the Corona closure, the Lower Saxony gastronomy was sobering.
GMX, May 18, 2020

On the way to a possible one Restart Spain's professional football has taken the next hurdle.
Spox, May 18, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • (the) cards are being reshuffled (fig.)
  • New beginning: restarting an activity
  • New beginning
  • Reset
  • Zero hour (for)
  • Restart
  • Reset
  • everything back to zero

Another word (synonym) for restart - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "restart":

Small credit: "There is now a fund that distributes small loans for the restart, there is a retraining program for the unemployed on Wall Street." Translations Swedish: 1) småkrediter plural

Expatriates: But the dream of living far away ends in disappointment for many: According to a study by the expatriate portal Just Landed, 68 percent of all emigrants find a new start abroad "more difficult than expected", 71 percent would like to return to Germany at some point

Reboots: Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Neu | starts Grammatical features: Genitive singular of the noun Neustart Nominative plural of the noun Neustart Genitive plural of the noun Neustart Dative plural of the noun Neustart Accusative plural of the noun Neustart

Reversibility: ... 1) Reversibility, recoverability Related terms: 1) Possibility to: restart, reset, undo, undo, reset Opposite words: ...

Shut down: ... there is the option of logging out the logged in console user and specifying a reason for the restart / shutdown. 2) The US Senate is struggling to find a compromise in the budget dispute ...


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