例句1. this is a brief résumé of the problems′
例句1. the seller can resume possession of the goods’
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1.Begin again or continue after a pause or interruption.
‘a day later normal service was resumed '
‘the talks resumed in April'
‘He nodded in the same slow manner as his speech and continued walking, resuming his constant muttering.'
‘Sampey did not resume his full-time service in the ministry, but he became one of the elders of the church and did on occasion preach there and at other local churches.'
‘When released, he resumed exile on the continent, in touch with Shaftesbury and William of Orange.'
2.Begin speaking again after a pause or interruption.
‘he sipped at the glass of water and then resumed '
‘″Before I proceed,″ he resumed , ″I must recall to your minds Newtons general law, that the attraction of two bodies is directly proportional to the product of their masses, and inversely proportional to the square of their distances.″'
‘I had scarcely taken in which was land and which was water, much less the significance of the buoy, when he resumed : 'Never mind; I'm pretty sure it's all deep water about here.''
3.Take or put on again.
‘the judge resumed his seat'
‘He shook his head and took the seat across from her, leaning back and resuming his usual cocky expression.'
‘She walked back to her desk and dropped into her seat, resuming her head-in-hands position.'
‘She set the bowl of fruit on the desk and resumed her seat, frowning once again at the sheet of paper in front of her.'
‘He quickly resumed his seat, waiting just long enough to see her ensconced in the matching armchair beside his.'
1.Take or put on again.
‘I gave him a quick résumé of events'
‘Exemplary résumés breathe with ample white space to make key information easy to absorb.'
‘Between staring at her and listening he gave a résumé of his life finishing with a description of his children, Bradley, Darren and Nicola and his plans.'
‘The letter gave birth to Found Magazine, a scrapbook of the discovered - love notes, grocery lists, corporate docs, photographs, résumés, doodles and poetry, much of it sent in by Found fans.'
‘After taking a quick glance at his résumé, I was surprised by how many films I had seen, but I wasn't surprised to discover how many I disliked.'
‘Low unemployment means that workers can quit a job one day, start another the next; no more need to fudge on résumés or list off your ‘weaknesses' in job interviews.'
‘I seem to have become the official birthday cake baker on the 3rd floor of my apartment building - should this be added to my résumé you think?'
‘Using email, I've been able to review résumés, cover letters, even outlines of talking points for an interview.'
‘Top universities, he adds, rarely show up on the résumés of congressmen, Nobel laureates, industry leaders, and even U.S. presidents.'
‘One of the best ways into the business is to get a job with a production, which you can do by cold-calling or by getting your résumé out there, and also through contacts.'