from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Alternative form of re-attach.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To attach again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To attach again, in any sense.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
She was last night recovering in hospital after emergency micro-surgery to "reattach" the index finger on her right hand.
Then put a snapper at the end, so if they're crowded for space they can cut off your contents anywhere, reattach the snapper, and the story will still retain form.
That “work,” Freud conjectured, was for the ego to detach itself from the deceased or in his sexual world-view, for the libido to withdraw from the love object so that it could reattach itself to someone else.
Maybe Nancy needs to lower her Crystal Meth intake or go to Walter Reed to have them reattach the cerebrum that she accidentally threw into the recycle bin during National Be a Moron Week.
The ability to reattach posts to a different thread is one improvement that we need to remember to incorporate when the forum software is next upgraded.
Insert the sway bar bracket spacer onto the frame and reattach the sway bar with the provided 8×35mm bolts and 8mm washers.
I reached down to pick up the horn, to see if I could reattach it somehow.
Laksen started to look for PVC pipe cement to reattach it but I thought I remembered that gluing a U-bend in place would be bad -- you need to be able to get it off to clean out the trap -- and that it should be possible to just finger-tighten the joint.
This was to install a "scleral buckle", a piece of rubber that dents the retina so the tissue can reattach.
Both surgeries failed because microsurgery to reattach blood vessels broke down.