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re·set / rēˈset/ • v. (-set·ting ; past and past part. -set ) [tr.] set again or differently: I must reset the alarm. ∎ Electr. cause (a binary device) to enter the state representing the numeral 0. DERIVATIVES: re·set·ta·bil·i·ty / ˌrēˌsetəˈbilətē/ n. re·set·ta·ble adj.

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reset To set a variable, register, counter, or complete processing system back to a prescribed state.

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