verb (used with object), re·set, re·set·ting.
verb (used without object), re·set, re·set·ting.
- reservoir bag,
- reservoir host,
- reservoir of spermatozoa,
- reservoir rock,
Origin of reset
Examples from the Web for resetting
Beck copped to resetting the computer system, and was fired.The Intern Who Birthed The KAL007 Conspiracy Theories|Tim Mak|September 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The security issue is where resetting relations carries the most potential weight.
Resetting short trap-lines, he waited for the "break-up" with tranquil mind, for his cache groaned with meat.The Whelps of the Wolf|George Marsh
Satisfied on this point, he finished the resetting quickly and tried again.The Adventures of Bobby Orde|Stewart Edward White
Arcot had awakened before the others and had turned on the drive after resetting their course.Islands of Space|John W Campbell
Resetting the traps, we returned to camp to take off the skins and dress them.With Axe and Rifle|W.H.G. Kingston
This obviates the necessity for resetting, which can hardly be done without some error.
verb (riːˈsɛt) -sets, -setting or -set (tr)
verb (riːˈsɛt) -sets, -setting or -set
Word Origin for reset
also re-set, 1650s, "place (a gem) in a new setting," from re- + set (v.). Related: Resetting. Meaning "cause a device to return to a former condition" is from 1847; intransitive sense from 1897. As a noun, from 1847.