Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reapproach.

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Examples

  • Italy's Benneton SpA never reapproached its popularity in the 1980s.

    For French Connection, a U-Turn

  • Now Semel reapproached Zuckerberg with the surprising news that he wanted to renew his original $1 billion purchase offer.

    The Facebook Effect

  • At Comic-Con, Rodriguez told fans that 20th Century Fox reapproached him about the project because they thought the Predator franchise had gone astray with the Alien vs.

    Predators Preview | CurveHouse.com

  • Italy's Benneton SpA never reapproached its popularity in the 1980s.

    For French Connection, a U-Turn

  • Italy's Benneton SpA never reapproached its popularity in the 1980s.

    For French Connection, a U-Turn

  • He then reapproached me and appologized for scaring me and my passenger.

    Driving With Guns

  • “And I think its much easier than that once you figure it out,” said Harvath as he reapproached the machine with a new idea and pulled the knobs for the Leningradskie and F6 cigarette brands at the same time.

    State of the Union

  • “And I think its much easier than that once you figure it out,” said Harvath as he reapproached the machine with a new idea and pulled the knobs for the Leningradskie and F6 cigarette brands at the same time.

    State of the Union

  • “And I think its much easier than that once you figure it out,” said Harvath as he reapproached the machine with a new idea and pulled the knobs for the Leningradskie and F6 cigarette brands at the same time.

    State of the Union

  • With brief suspiration he reassumed the candle, reascended the stairs, reapproached the door of the front room, hallfloor, and reentered.

    Ulysses

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