verb (used with object), reset, resetting.
to set again:
to reset an alarm clock.
to set back the odometer on (an auto or other vehicle) to a lower reading:
a used-car dealer charged with resetting his cars.
verb (used without object), reset, resetting.
to become set again:
The alarm bell resets automatically.
the act of resetting.
that which is reset.
a plant which is replanted.
a device used in resetting an instrument or control mechanism.
verb (transitive) (riːˈsɛt) -sets, -setting, -set
to set again (a broken bone, matter in type, a gemstone, etc)
to restore (a gauge, dial, etc) to zero
Also clear. to restore (the contents of a register or similar device) in a computer system to zero
the act or an instance of setting again
a thing that is set again
a plant that has been recently transplanted
a device for resetting instruments, controls, etc
verb (riːˈsɛt) -sets, -setting, -set
to receive or handle goods knowing they have been stolen
the receiving of stolen goods
verb 1. to settle or cause to settle in a new or different place
noun 1. the act or state of settling or the state of being settled. 2. the act of making stable or putting on a permanent basis. 3. a state of stability or permanence. 4. an arrangement or adjustment, as of business affairs or a disagreement. 5. an agreement signed after labor negotiations between union and […]
plural noun 1. things done; accomplishments; deeds. 2. Law. the acts, circumstances, and statements that are incidental to the principal fact of a litigated matter and are admissible in evidence in view of their relevant association with that fact. plural noun 1. things done or accomplished; achievements 2. (law) incidental facts and circumstances that are […]
noun 1. the 20th letter of the Hebrew alphabet. 2. the consonant sound represented by this letter. noun 1. the 20th letter in the Hebrew alphabet (ר), transliterated as r