resumption

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resumption (countable and uncountable, plural resumptions)

  1. The act of resuming or starting something again.
    • 2011 December 7, Phil McNulty, “Man City 2 - 0 Bayern Munich”, in BBC Sport[1]:
      And that supremacy was confirmed six minutes after the resumption with their second goal. Dzeko was again involved, slipping a neat pass through to the foraging Toure, who poked a right-foot finish past Butt.
    • 2022 August 24, Steve Murphy tells Paul Stephen, “Rail + property: a winning combination”, in RAIL, number 964, page 48:
      But Murphy remains upbeat about the longer-term prospect of recovery and a resumption of the record growth in passenger volumes experienced in the UK in the two decades following privatisation.
  2. (chiefly Australia) eminent domain

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