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  • v. To associate again or anew.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • v. To associate again; to bring again into close relations.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To join or bring into association again.


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re- +‎ associate


  • Focusing on assimilation through most of her life, she began to reassociate herself with Judaism after the Holocaust.

    Elinor Morgenthau.

  • And there are many -- and there's a good nucleus of smart fiscal conservatives, strong defense, back to basics, personal liberty Republicans who will restore the brand and reassociate it with conservatism as we know it: Eric Cantor, Paul Ryan.

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  • Similarly, subtle changes in your values, goals, or emotional needs can motivate you to distance yourself from one group of people in order to reassociate yourself with individuals that are better able to support you.

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  • A fundamental approach of psychotherapy is to retrieve from the unconscious the feelings that give significance to traumatic childhood events and to help the MEM to reassociate these feelings with their memories.

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  • Sprawling, bushy amylopectin molecules take a day or more to reassociate, and form relatively loose, weak clusters.

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  • I tried to reassociate DWG to open with AutoCAD instead of TrueView, but even that would not always help.

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  • Is there a way I can reassociate the dimensions of the drawing without scaling the block and borders up?

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  • It's common for people to experience deja vu while driving because when you drive the same route so many times, whether it be to school or work or anywhere, your mind starts to reassociate certain features of that route to past experiences and give you deja vu.

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  • This is accomplished in part by allowing base stations to communicate security and quality of service information so that a VoIP over WLAN phone can immediately reassociate without the delay of authentication and other handshaking.

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  • Hotspotter uses a Windows XP (pre-service pack 1, apparently) flaw that allows it to force a Windows XP client to reassociate with a laptop running Hotspotter to scan the computer.

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