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Reencounter

ˌriː.ɪnˈkaʊn.tər

Meanings of Reencounter:

verb

To meet someone or experience something in a way that was not planned, for a second, third, etc. time

Usage examples:

They re-encounter one another in paris nine years later., it was nice to reencounter a familiar fac…

Reenergize

ˌriːˈen.ə.dʒaɪz

Meanings of Reenergize:

verb

Give fresh vitality, enthusiasm, or impetus to.

Usage examples:

New reconstruction projects will re-energize the flagging economy

Meanings of Reenergized:

verb

Give fresh vitality, enthusiasm, or impetus to.

Usage examples:

New reconstruction projects will re-energize the flagging economy

Meanings of Reenergizing:

verb

Give fresh vitality, enthusiasm, or impetus to.

Usage examples:

New reconstruction projects will re-energize the flagging economy

Meanings of Reenforce:

verb

To give additional force to; to add to the strength, power, intensity, etc., of; to make stronger. compare "reinforce" 3b.

Reengage

ˌriː.ɪnˈɡeɪdʒ

Meanings of Reengage:

verb

Attract the attention or involvement of (someone) again.

Usage examples:

European leaders must re-engage their voters

Meanings of Reengaged:

verb

Attract the attention or involvement of (someone) again.

Usage examples:

European leaders must re-engage their voters

Reengagement

ˌriː.ɪnˈɡeɪdʒ.mənt

Meanings of Reengagement:

noun

The fact of becoming involved with or interested in something again, for a second, third, etc. time

Usage examples:

Direct democracy could provide an important mechanism for re-engagement with the political process.…

Meanings of Reengages:

verb

Attract the attention or involvement of (someone) again.

Usage examples:

European leaders must re-engage their voters

Meanings of Reengaging:

verb

Attract the attention or involvement of (someone) again.

Usage examples:

European leaders must re-engage their voters

Reengrave

ˌriː.ɪnˈɡreɪv

Meanings of Reengrave:

verb

To cut words, pictures, or patterns into the surface of metal, stone, etc. again, for a second, third, etc. time

Usage examples:

We'll have to get the rings re-engraved with the new date., the company agreed to reengrave the tro…

Meanings of Reenlighten:

verb

To enlighten again; especially to provide once more with knowledge, understanding, or spiritual insight.

Reenlist

riːɪnˈlɪst

Meanings of Reenlist:

verb

Enlist again in the armed forces.

Usage examples:

His unsuccessful applications to re-enlist as an active soldier once more

Reenlisted

riːɪnˈlɪst

Meanings of Reenlisted:

verb

Enlist again in the armed forces.

Usage examples:

His unsuccessful applications to re-enlist as an active soldier once more

Reenlisting

riːɪnˈlɪst

Meanings of Reenlisting:

verb

Enlist again in the armed forces.

Usage examples:

His unsuccessful applications to re-enlist as an active soldier once more

Meanings of Reenlists:

verb

Enlist again in the armed forces.

Usage examples:

His unsuccessful applications to re-enlist as an active soldier once more

Meanings of Reenslaving:

noun

The action or process of enslaving again.

Reenter

riːˈɛntə

Meanings of Reenter:

verb

Enter (something) again.

Usage examples:

Women who wish to re-enter the labour market

Reentered

riːˈɛntə

Meanings of Reentered:

verb

Enter (something) again.

Usage examples:

Women who wish to re-enter the labour market

Meanings of Reentering:

verb

Enter (something) again.

Usage examples:

Women who wish to re-enter the labour market

Reenters

riːˈɛntə

Meanings of Reenters:

verb

Enter (something) again.

Usage examples:

Women who wish to re-enter the labour market

Meanings of Reentrance:

noun

An act or instance of appearing or entering somewhere again.

Usage examples:

A brand that needed to make a grand re-entrance

Meanings of Reentrances:

noun

An act or instance of appearing or entering somewhere again.

Usage examples:

A brand that needed to make a grand re-entrance

Meanings of Reentrant:

noun

(of an angle) pointing inwards.

Meanings of Reentries:

noun

The action or process of re-entering something.

Usage examples:

Programmes designed to prepare you for re-entry to the profession

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