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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reconnect.

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Examples

  • When someone "reconnects" with an old friend, rarely is that the same person they knew long ago-thus, they have met "new people."

    GigaOM

  • The first job reconnects me with the civic life of a community I love; the second allows me to engage with young people, reflect on the way America has changed during half a century, and take stock of the challenges our country faces today.

    The Good Fight

  • The first job reconnects me with the civic life of a community I love; the second allows me to engage with young people, reflect on the way America has changed during half a century, and take stock of the challenges our country faces today.

    The Good Fight

  • The first job reconnects me with the civic life of a community I love; the second allows me to engage with young people, reflect on the way America has changed during half a century, and take stock of the challenges our country faces today.

    The Good Fight

  • That reconnects the economic virtual reality of the bankers with the physical and legal reality where actual people live in actual homes.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Fix Foreclosure Fraud With a Borrowers' Bill of Rights

  • That reconnects the economic virtual reality of the bankers with the physical and legal reality where actual people live in actual homes.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Fix Foreclosure Fraud With a Borrowers' Bill of Rights

  • Spartacus: Blood and Sand babe Lesley-Ann Brandt will play an old friend who reconnects with Hawkes after being kidnapped in a February episode.

    Mega Buzz: Five-0's New Face, Modern Sexpionage, and a Blue Bloods Shooting

  • The Japanese Abraxas focuses on a depressed Zen monk who reconnects with punk rock, while the bizarre American comedy The Catechism Cataclysm centers on a priest who loves heavy metal music.

    Faith Gets Star Treatment At Sundance

  • The Catechism Cataclysm -- A young priest who's lost touch with his flock reconnects with a high school acquaintance for a canoe trip.

    Faith Gets Star Treatment At Sundance

  • The Japanese Abraxas focuses on a depressed Zen monk who reconnects with punk rock, while the bizarre American comedy The Catechism Cataclysm centers on a priest who loves heavy metal music.

    Faith Gets Star Treatment At Sundance

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