verb verb: reboot; 3rd person present: reboots; past tense: rebooted; past participle: rebooted; gerund or present participle: rebooting; verb: re-boot; 3rd person present: re-boots; past tense: re-booted; past participle: re-booted; gerund or present participle: re-booting rēˈbo͞ot/ (with reference to a computer system) boot or be booted again “the new value will not be in force until you reboot the system” restart or revive (a process or sequence, especially a series of films or television programs); give fresh impetus to. “I hope that the filmmakers make the most of the opportunity to reboot the franchise Over the past weeks while corresponding […]