Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recommence. (verb)
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Use "recommences" in a sentence
"However, time is against us as term recommences on January 4 and the school will be unable to open unless a sale of the school is completed or additional funding is secured by that time."
"Just 9% of those surveyed correctly identified the symbol as relating to the official product placement symbol used on TV.Ofcom's strict rules on product placement stipulate that it "must be signalled clearly, by means of a universal neutral logo ... at the beginning of the programme in which the placement appears; when the programme recommences after commercial breaks; and at the end of the programme"."
"One would not think it possible to keep an approximately right course when the uneven ground gives such violent shocks that the needle flies several times round the compass, and is no sooner still again than it recommences the same dance; but when at last we got an observation, it turned out that Hanssen had steered to a hair, for the observations and dead reckoning agreed to a mile."