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reset

1 verb
     
re‧set1 past tense and past participle reset, present participle resetting [transitive]
1TM to change a clock, control, machine etc so that it shows a different time or number, or is ready to be used again
2MH to put a broken bone back into its correct place so that it grows back together correctly
3TDTD to restart a computer without switching the power off [↪ reboot]
4DCJ to put a jewel into a new piece of jewellery
reset noun [uncountable and countable]

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