Definitions

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  • verb To acquaint again; to reintroduce or refamiliarise.

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  • verb familiarize anew

Etymologies

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re- +‎ acquaint

Examples

  • After the incident, the letter notes, Schlumberger implemented a safety stand-down throughout its North American operations to "reacquaint" field personnel of its existing spill management and reporting duties.

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  • "reacquaint" himself with the 320-acre compound in an effort to make sure it is properly utilized in the future.

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  • Working part time, from home at first, to reacquaint themselves with their job and get used to the separation from the child (and vice versa of course).

    Yin and Yang « Tales from the Reading Room

  • She decided it was time to reacquaint herself with her son.

    A Light at Winter’s End

  • Once you reacquaint yourself with Matt's story in his new book "The Long Run," or visit his website and foundation, the I Will Foundation, you will be moved, inspired, sometimes horrified, transfixed and amazed at the real-life twists and turns that the New York native has overcome to continue his life's work as an athlete, motivational speaker and entrepreneur.

    Peter Robert Casey: Catching Up with Matt Long: Survivor, Firefighter, Ironman and New Author

  • You actually have to reacquaint yourself with concentration.

    Steve Kettmann: Samantha Power Is Right

  • In learning to read the physical and energetic patterns of the pelvic bowl, we can challenge these restrictions and reacquaint ourselves with our full feminine landscape.

    Wild Feminine

  • You actually have to reacquaint yourself with concentration.

    Steve Kettmann: Samantha Power Is Right

  • In learning to read the physical and energetic patterns of the pelvic bowl, we can challenge these restrictions and reacquaint ourselves with our full feminine landscape.

    Wild Feminine

  • She decided it was time to reacquaint herself with her son.

    A Light at Winter’s End

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