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Reopening

ˌriːˈəʊ.pən

Meanings of Reopening:

verb

Open again.

Usage examples:

After being renovated the house was reopened to the public

Meanings of Reopens:

verb

Open again.

Usage examples:

After being renovated the house was reopened to the public

Meanings of Reoperate:

verb

Of a doctor, to carry out out a particular medical operation for a second time on the same patient

Usage examples:

Four of the patients had to be reoperated on after the initial surgery., the symptoms did not impro…

Reoperated

ˌriːˈɒp.ər.eɪt

Meanings of Reoperated:

verb

Of a doctor, to carry out out a particular medical operation for a second time on the same patient

Usage examples:

Four of the patients had to be reoperated on after the initial surgery., the symptoms did not impro…

Meanings of Reoperating:

verb

Of a doctor, to carry out out a particular medical operation for a second time on the same patient

Usage examples:

Four of the patients had to be reoperated on after the initial surgery., the symptoms did not impro…

Meanings of Reoperation:

noun

Renewed or resumed operation.

Meanings of Reoppose:

verb

To oppose again or in turn.

Meanings of Reopposed:

verb

To oppose again or in turn.

Meanings of Reopposes:

verb

To oppose again or in turn.

Meanings of Reopposing:

verb

To oppose again or in turn.

Reorchestrate

ˌriːˈɔː.kɪ.streɪt

Meanings of Reorchestrate:

verb

To change a piece of music so that it is played in a different way by an orchestra (= a large group of musicians who play many different instruments together and are led by a conductor)

Usage examples:

She reorchestrated the score to introduce some mexican rhythms., the opera has been brilliantly re-…

Reorchestrated

ˌriːˈɔː.kɪ.streɪt

Meanings of Reorchestrated:

verb

To change a piece of music so that it is played in a different way by an orchestra (= a large group of musicians who play many different instruments together and are led by a conductor)

Usage examples:

She reorchestrated the score to introduce some mexican rhythms., the opera has been brilliantly re-…

Reorchestrating

ˌriːˈɔː.kɪ.streɪt

Meanings of Reorchestrating:

verb

To change a piece of music so that it is played in a different way by an orchestra (= a large group of musicians who play many different instruments together and are led by a conductor)

Usage examples:

She reorchestrated the score to introduce some mexican rhythms., the opera has been brilliantly re-…

Reorchestration

riːˌɔː.kɪˈstreɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Reorchestration:

noun

A new arrangement of a piece of music so that it is played in a different way by an orchestra (= a large group of musicians who play many different instruments together and are led by a conductor)

Usage examples:

They played mahler's re-orchestration of beethoven's ninth symphony., re-orchestrations of bach hav…

Meanings of Reordain:

verb

To ordain, appoint, or establish (a thing, practice, company of persons, etc.) again.

Meanings of Reordained:

verb

To ordain, appoint, or establish (a thing, practice, company of persons, etc.) again.

Meanings of Reordaining:

verb

To ordain, appoint, or establish (a thing, practice, company of persons, etc.) again.

Meanings of Reordains:

verb

To ordain, appoint, or establish (a thing, practice, company of persons, etc.) again.

Meanings of Reorder:

verb

Request (something) to be made, supplied, or served again.

Usage examples:

Reps reorder any titles which fall below the agreed number
noun

A renewed or repeated order for goods.

Usage examples:

Most of the work done there is for small collections, first-of-series orders, recuts and reorders.

Reordered

ˌriːˈɔːdər

Meanings of Reordered:

verb

Request (something) to be made, supplied, or served again.

Usage examples:

Reps reorder any titles which fall below the agreed number
noun

A renewed or repeated order for goods.

Usage examples:

Most of the work done there is for small collections, first-of-series orders, recuts and reorders.

Reordering

ˌriːˈɔːdər

Meanings of Reordering:

verb

Request (something) to be made, supplied, or served again.

Usage examples:

Reps reorder any titles which fall below the agreed number
noun

A renewed or repeated order for goods.

Usage examples:

Most of the work done there is for small collections, first-of-series orders, recuts and reorders.

Reorders

ˌriːˈɔːdər

Meanings of Reorders:

verb

Request (something) to be made, supplied, or served again.

Usage examples:

Reps reorder any titles which fall below the agreed number
noun

A renewed or repeated order for goods.

Usage examples:

Most of the work done there is for small collections, first-of-series orders, recuts and reorders.

Meanings of Reordinate:

verb

To institute, establish, or organize again.

Meanings of Reordination:

noun

The action of ordaining a person again; the fact of a second ordination.

Reorganised

riːˈɔː.ɡən.aɪz

Meanings of Reorganised:

verb

Change the way in which (something) is organized.

Usage examples:

We have to reorganize the entire workload

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