Definitions

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  • transitive verb To instruct anew.

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  • verb transitive To instruct again or anew.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ instruct

Examples

  • "The prosecution motion to reconsider, reassemble, reinstruct and re-announce a sentence is denied," he wrote.

    Judge Rejects Motion to Keep Bin Laden Driver Locked Up

  • A student who believes that it is the teacher's job to insure that he or she is not bored is a brat that we've created and someone who will require life to reinstruct him otherwise.

    When did being bored in class deserve disciplinary action?

  • But I think also, the juror -- the same juror was the one behind the complaint that stopped the trial yesterday, when the judge had to bring in the jury and reinstruct them.

    CNN Transcript Nov 9, 2004

  • If it requires many people to lower the rings, lower as many as you need in one or two sessions to avoid the need to regather and reinstruct a large group of people.

    Chapter 5

  • He must settle what attorney should have the matter in hand, and instruct that attorney how to reinstruct him, and how to reinstruct those other barristers who must necessarily be employed on the defence, in a case of such magnitude.

    Orley Farm

  • When reviewing the verdicts, Humboldt County Superior Court Judge W. Bruce Watson, had to reinstruct the jury that if they found Gundersen not guilty of a higher crime, they had to state whether or not he was guilty or not guilty of the lesser charges.

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  • "The prosecution motion to reconsider, reassemble, reinstruct and re-announce a sentence is denied," he wrote.

    AfterDowningStreet.org - Bush-Cheney Trials in '09

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