Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reequip.

Etymologies

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re- + equip(p) + -ed

Examples

  • Over the next few years, Saakashvili retrained and reequipped the Georgian army, increasing military spending to one quarter of the government budget and buying weapons from the United States, Israel, Ukraine, and Eastern Europe.

    The Return

  • Over the next few years, Saakashvili retrained and reequipped the Georgian army, increasing military spending to one quarter of the government budget and buying weapons from the United States, Israel, Ukraine, and Eastern Europe.

    The Return

  • Over the next few years, Saakashvili retrained and reequipped the Georgian army, increasing military spending to one quarter of the government budget and buying weapons from the United States, Israel, Ukraine, and Eastern Europe.

    The Return

  • Over the next few years, Saakashvili retrained and reequipped the Georgian army, increasing military spending to one quarter of the government budget and buying weapons from the United States, Israel, Ukraine, and Eastern Europe.

    The Return

  • Our police have been restructedand reequipped as a military force.

    CHANGE YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION

  • But in 1871, English and German tanners figured out how to easily and cheaply turn buffalo hides into boot soles and machine belts, and, the author suggests, as European armies reequipped after the Franco-Prussian War, the profits suddenly available to hunters set off a decade-long buffalo bloodbath, during which most of the meat was left to rot on the prairie.

    Primary Sources

  • But in 1871, English and German tanners figured out how to easily and cheaply turn buffalo hides into boot soles and machine belts, and, the author suggests, as European armies reequipped after the Franco-Prussian War, the profits suddenly available to hunters set off a decade-long buffalo bloodbath, during which most of the meat was left to rot on the prairie.

    Primary Sources

  • Why are our troops not being rested, retrained and reequipped?

    Hal Donahue: Bush's Ego is a Sorry Altar Before Which to Lay our Dead

  • It has been rebuilt and reequipped a half-dozen times over the past three decades to run missions at night and through bad weather.

    War's New Science

  • Those gasoline-driven vehicles deemed essential were reequipped with charcoal or wood burners.

    The Prize

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