Definitions

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  • verb transitive To restore to a previously operational state.

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Examples

  • After being reinstated, Barnett worked hard to clear his name and reestablish his reputation.

    Still Kicking

  • At the end of New Moon, Chris Weitz missed a great opportunity to 'reestablish' the profound love between Edward and Bella by extending the back-from-Italy-bedroom-scene ... but he missed that opportunity.

    ‘Eclipse’ Is Coming In June, And Here’s What We’re Hoping Will Sell It To A Wider Audience » MTV Movies Blog

  • Meanwhile, Swiss Re said its recent progress allows it to "reestablish" medium term targets, including a return on equity of 12% over the reinsurance cycle, up from 7% in the fourth quarter.

    Swiss Re Returns to Profit

  • Meanwhile, Swiss Re said its recent progress allows it to "reestablish" medium term targets, including a return on equity of 12% over the reinsurance cycle, up from 7% in the fourth quarter.

    Net Profit Marks a Rebound for Swiss Re

  • So what he ` s got to do is kind of reestablish his bone fides.

    CNN Transcript Jul 14, 2008

  • There is no need or, quite obviously, reason to "reestablish" that which already exists.

    Balkinization

  • There is no need or, quite obviously, reason to "reestablish" that which already exists.

    Balkinization

  • There is no need or, quite obviously, reason to "reestablish" that which already exists.

    Balkinization

  • There is no need or, quite obviously, reason to "reestablish" that which already exists.

    Balkinization

  • There is no need or, quite obviously, reason to "reestablish" that which already exists.

    Balkinization

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