Definition of 'résumé'
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Everyone cheered when we went back in to resume the game but we just laughed it off. The Sun (2007)They resumed again at first light with the help of a helicopter after conditions eased. The Sun (2006)The search resumed at dawn yesterday as hopes faded of finding survivors. The Sun (2012)The midfielder had resumed training last month but has failed to get over a knee injury. The Sun (2010)They will resume at one set all today. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The show was called off last night but it could resume as early as tonight. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then he potted a difficult blue into a corner pocket and resumed control to take the frame. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The talks are due to resume today. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Repeat process long into the night then resume again first thing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The search is to resume this morning. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The inquest was adjourned and will resume early next year. The Sun (2013)The hearing is scheduled to resume today. The Sun (2008)Police said it would resume again today. The Sun (2012)It was standing by at the scene overnight and was to resume searching at first light. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The former rugby league star has been given the all clear to resume training after missing last season with injury. Times, Sunday Times (2006)My hair was too long for some; my resume too short for others. Christianity Today (2000)After the war, she resumed her career. Times, Sunday Times (2007)After a short nap he resumes work at around 3.30. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is only when the banks' capital reserves have been rebuilt that normal lending activity will resume. Times, Sunday Times (2008)GERMANY takes a gamble resuming submarine attacks on merchant ships. The Sun (2014)He said that Flood was improving and is due to resume training today after which he will be assessed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
I opened Bruce's file and gave him a quick résumé of the case. DOUBTFUL MOTIVES (2004)Are you telling me that this résumé is the end of our collaboration on this one, Deirdre? DOUBTFUL MOTIVES (2004)
He sat at his desk and brought up his résumé, then sent it off to Cyberdyne with a request for an appointment on Friday. T2: INFILTRATOR (2004)
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Translations for 'résumé'
British English: resume /rɪˈzjuːm/ VERB
If you resume an activity, it begins again.
The search for the missing people resumed early today.
After the war he resumed his job at the college.
- American English: resume
- Arabic: يَسْتَأْنِفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: retomar
- Chinese: 再继续
- Croatian: nastaviti
- Czech: začít znovu
- Danish: genoptage
- Dutch: hervatten
- European Spanish: reanudar
- Finnish: jatkaa
- French: reprendre poursuivre
- German: weitermachen mit
- Greek: ξαναρχίζω
- Italian: riprendere
- Japanese: 再開する
- Korean: 다시 시작하다
- Norwegian: gjenoppta
- Polish: podjąć na nowo
- European Portuguese: retomar
- Romanian: a reîncepe
- Russian: возобновлять
- Spanish: reanudar
- Swedish: återta
- Thai: ดำเนินต่อไปใหม่
- Turkish: yeniden başlamak
- Ukrainian: відновлювати
- Vietnamese: tiếp tục lại
Definition of résumé from the Collins English Dictionary
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