Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To insert a second time.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To insert again.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb insert again

Etymologies

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Examples

  • As in i went to iTunes and "reinsert" the album artwork again, but same problem.

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  • As in i went to iTunes and "reinsert" the album artwork again, but same problem.

    www.hardwarezone.com.sg

  • As in i went to iTunes and "reinsert" the album artwork again, but same problem.

    www.hardwarezone.com.sg

  • Cleveland blew most of a 29-point lead in the final period against Detroit's reserves and the Cavaliers had to reinsert LeBron James to restore order before hanging on for a 94-82 win over the Pistons on Tuesday night to take a 2-0 lead in their Eastern Conference playoff series.

    Cavaliers hold off Pistons for 2-0 series lead

  • After five days of the IV treatment, I had not developed an infection, nor had I needed to summon Joan or Karen to reinsert the IV.

    Chocolate & Vicodin

  • But the politics will not be easy to navigate because any reform will have to reinsert price signals into the market—meaning higher premiums for Floridians, at least in the short term, given that Florida is so often hit by hurricanes.

    Waiting for Hurricane Charlie (Crist)

  • His impossible task is to reinsert his ego into a life that he claims has dispensed with it.

    Life in the Woods

  • After five days of the IV treatment, I had not developed an infection, nor had I needed to summon Joan or Karen to reinsert the IV.

    Chocolate & Vicodin

  • So annually I dig them out and try to reinsert them in the annoyingly unco-operative memory.

    Well, it's been a quiet week here at The Inn. . . .

  • So annually I dig them out and try to reinsert them in the annoyingly unco-operative memory.

    Well, it's been a quiet week here at The Inn. . . .

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