Definitions

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  • n. A connection of things that have been previously severed.

Etymologies

re- +‎ connection (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • For him, it seems that investigation of this mystery of the reconnection is not important, only that Man DOES reconnect, hence the lack of discussion from him on this subject when other intellectuals seem to have touched on it once or twice.

    DH Lawrence: Connections

  • In other words, it will engender a kind of reconnection of financial markets with the real economy.

    Deleveraging Must Continue

  • And do those outcomes include some kind of reconnection between the offender and society?

    Speech on Penal Policy - Worcester Cathedral

  • Anyhow, bidding for the order of the brown-nose, he proclaimed that this "reconnection" required a European programme of prosperity and solidarity.

    We must modernise…

  • It has always been an élite project and, therefore, any suggestion of a "reconnection" is a fraud.

    Die!

  • The number of disconnections were consistently larger than reconnection, meaning either that many consumers remained disconnected for long periods or illegal reconnection was taking place.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Now there's news that Elin is open to some kind of reconnection getaway with Tiger on his luxury yacht.

    The Velvet Hot Tub | Freshest Stories

  • It's "a kind of reconnection between different brain regions," said Yann Cojan, a researcher at the University of Geneva in Switzerland.

    Canadian Online Health News

  • It's "a kind of reconnection between different brain regions," said Yann Cojan, a researcher at the University of Geneva in

    WCAV - HomePage - Headlines

  • If you are late paying, it is always your fault, and you will be charged a reconnection fee.

    Mexico may actually be changing

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