resume美 [ˈrezuˌmeɪ] 英 [rɪ'zjuːm]
to start something again after stopping temporarily
to go back and sit or stand in the place where you were sitting or standing previously
résumé, a document giving details of your educational qualifications and work experience that you send to an employer when you want a new job, mainly used in American English
He found a baby bird under a tree and resumed it had fallen from its nest.
As they resumed their journey, Illyrio produced a bag of roasted chestnuts and began to speak once more of the dragon queen.
He winged his way back toward the walls and settled on the battlements , his Dragon form wavering as he resumed his human shape.
But the fever, allayed for an instant, gradually resumed possession of him.
Her smile never faded as she happily retrieved the ball and resumed where she had left off.
As he finished speaking, pedestrian A lowered his head and resumed his journey again.
But Tess did not answer; she throbbingly resumed her walk, her eyes fixed on the ground.
The USAF radar reports all but ceased Jan. 11, then appeared to show "signs of orbital distress" when resumed temporarily a few days later.
The process of direct negotiation, resumed just a fortnight ago after almost two years in suspension, is still frail.
With the help of the doctors and nurses, the patient was able to stand on his feet once more and soon resumed working.