In the OED dictionary, "Reset" has the following meanings:
reset See definition in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary Line breaks: re¦set Pronunciation: /riːˈsɛt/ Definition of reset in English: verb (resets, resetting; past and past participle reset)
[WITH OBJECT] 1Set again or differently: I must reset the alarm
1.1 Electronics Cause (a binary device) to enter the state representing the numeral 0.
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But, would the word "reset" we commonly use in our daily life have a closer meaning to "setting again" or to "setting back to the original state"?
Wouldn't the word have the use as a "setting back to the previous state" probably due to the use of the computer, but originally has its meaning as re+set, or "setting again"?
Do you know anyone who uses the word "reset" with its use as "setting again"?
I would regret to find no one in use of the word, but if there is anyone who frequently uses the word with such meaning, could I please have some examples using it?