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Rebuild vs. Reset

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Rebuildverb

(ambitransitive) To build again or anew.

Resetverb

To set back to the initial state.

Rebuildnoun

A process or result of rebuilding.

Resetverb

To set to zero.

Rebuildverb

To build again, as something which has been demolished; to construct anew; as, to rebuild a house, a wall, a wharf, or a city.

Resetverb

(transitive) To adjust; to set or position differently.

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Rebuildverb

build again;

‘The house was rebuild after it was hit by a bomb’;

Resetverb

To receive and hide (stolen goods, or a criminal, etc.)

Resetnoun

An act of resetting to the initial state

Resetnoun

Setting to zero

Resetnoun

Something that is reset

Resetnoun

A device, such as a button or switch, for resetting something.

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Resetnoun

(typography) That which is reset; printed matter set up again.

Resetnoun

The crime of knowingly and dishonestly receiving stolen goods, or harbouring an outlaw.

Resetverb

To set again; as, to reset type; to reset copy; to reset a diamond.

Resetverb

To harbor or secrete; to hide, as stolen goods or a criminal.

‘We shall see if an English hound is to harbor and reset the Southrons here.’;

Resetnoun

The act of resetting.

Resetnoun

That which is reset; matter set up again.

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Resetnoun

The receiving of stolen goods, or harboring an outlaw.

Resetnoun

device for resetting instruments or controls

Resetverb

set anew;

‘They re-set the date on the clock’;

Resetverb

set to zero;

‘reset instruments and dials’;

Resetverb

adjust again after an initial failure

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