Definitions

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

Etymologies

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re- + equip(p) + -ing

Examples

  • The more the U.S. military takes the fight to the enemy, the less likely it is that our Afghan army-in-perpetual-reequipping-and-training will do so.

    William Astore: Catch-22 in Afghanistan

  • What's this doing to the U.S. military's ability to fight in the future, particularly in the areas of refitting, reequipping and retraining?

    CNN Transcript Feb 24, 2007

  • In the long term, the president shares the concern about reequipping the National Guard and has made an unprecedented investment commitment of $26 billion over six years to increase the capability and capacity in terms of equipment of the National Guard.

    CNN Transcript May 8, 2007

  • What's this doing to the U.S. military's ability to fight in the future, particularly in the areas of refitting, reequipping and retraining?

    CNN Transcript Feb 25, 2007

  • From the late 1830s many factories were abandoned because of the financial burdens of reequipping them, and Egypt actually grew more dependent than ever on foreign imports.

    e. Egypt

  • With regard to redeployment of forces from Europe, remaning, reequipping, retraining of units was underway.

    Briefing On 50th Anniversary Of V J Day Events

  • He may also use these camps for rest, retraining, and reequipping.

    FM 7-98 Chptr 2 - Support For Insurgency and Cntrinsrgncy

  • Resolved, that the several Alumni Associations in the state be requested to memorialize the Legislature to make as liberal an appropriation as possible towards rebuilding and reequipping the University; and that said Associations appoint

    Board of Visitors minutes

  • Going Light To Get It Right April 5, 2010: Britain is reequipping and retraining troops in four mechanized infantry and armored battalions to serve as light infantry ( "light role units" in British parlance).

    StrategyPage.com

  • If that using Linux and Open Office means they can save 5\% a year, after retraining and reequipping, I'm pretty sure they will do it.

    doggdot.us

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