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Meanings of Reaccess:

noun

Return; renewed access.

Meanings of Reaccession:

noun

Return; renewed accession, especially into a group or to a position of power.

Reacclimate

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.meɪt

Meanings of Reacclimate:

verb

To acclimate (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

One soldier spoke of how he and his family would have to reacclimate to each other when he was back…

Reacclimated

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.meɪt

Meanings of Reacclimated:

verb

To acclimate (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

One soldier spoke of how he and his family would have to reacclimate to each other when he was back…

Reacclimates

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.meɪt

Meanings of Reacclimates:

verb

To acclimate (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

One soldier spoke of how he and his family would have to reacclimate to each other when he was back…

Reacclimating

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.meɪt

Meanings of Reacclimating:

verb

To acclimate (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

One soldier spoke of how he and his family would have to reacclimate to each other when he was back…

Reacclimatize

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.mə.taɪz

Meanings of Reacclimatize:

verb

To acclimatize (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

The england team had to quickly reacclimatize to the colder conditions back home., the animals were…

Reacclimatized

ˌriː.əˈklaɪ.meɪt

Meanings of Reacclimatized:

verb

To acclimate (= change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc.) again, especially after a period of time in a different place or situation, or to help a person or an animal do this

Usage examples:

One soldier spoke of how he and his family would have to reacclimate to each other when he was back…

Meanings of Reaccommodate:

verb

To accommodate or adjust again; to provide with alternative accommodation. formerly also: †to array again (obsolete).

Meanings of Reaccommodated:

verb

To accommodate or adjust again; to provide with alternative accommodation. formerly also: †to array again (obsolete).

Meanings of Reaccommodates:

verb

To accommodate or adjust again; to provide with alternative accommodation. formerly also: †to array again (obsolete).

Meanings of Reaccommodating:

verb

To accommodate or adjust again; to provide with alternative accommodation. formerly also: †to array again (obsolete).

Meanings of Reaccompanied:

verb

To accompany again. also (rare): to escort back.

Meanings of Reaccompanies:

verb

To accompany again. also (rare): to escort back.

Meanings of Reaccompany:

verb

To accompany again. also (rare): to escort back.

Meanings of Reaccompanying:

verb

To accompany again. also (rare): to escort back.

Meanings of Reaccount:

verb

To account again.

Meanings of Reaccrue:

verb

To accrue (something) again. formerly also: †to gather up again (obsolete).

Meanings of Reaccumulate:

verb

To accumulate again; to regroup; to reaggregate. in early use also with object (in passive).

Meanings of Reaccumulated:

verb

To accumulate again; to regroup; to reaggregate. in early use also with object (in passive).

Meanings of Reaccumulating:

verb

To accumulate again; to regroup; to reaggregate. in early use also with object (in passive).

Meanings of Reaccumulation:

noun

The action or process of accumulating again; reaggregation; an instance of this.

Reaccustom

riːəˈkʌstəm

Meanings of Reaccustom:

verb

Accustom (someone) to something again.

Usage examples:

A routine to reaccustom the disabled person to the demands of a normal working day

Reaccustomed

riːəˈkʌstəm

Meanings of Reaccustomed:

verb

Accustom (someone) to something again.

Usage examples:

A routine to reaccustom the disabled person to the demands of a normal working day

Reaccustoming

riːəˈkʌstəm

Meanings of Reaccustoming:

verb

Accustom (someone) to something again.

Usage examples:

A routine to reaccustom the disabled person to the demands of a normal working day

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