Reboot [verb]

Definition of Reboot:

start operating system

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Sentence/Example of Reboot:

For years, Cattrall has made clear that she doesn’t want to be part of a third movie or a reboot.

Democrats have called for a reboot to the programs, while Republicans have done the opposite.

He said there are “all kinds of institutional reboots that have to be done” that would require “some re-engineering.”

On the reboot, Zack is now the governor of California who landed the job with a very on-brand scheme.

It’s perhaps best known for offering “Star Trek” shows, but its lineup also includes “The Good Wife” spinoff “The Good Fight” and a reboot of “The Twilight Zone” from Jordan Peele.