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re–up

verb \(ˌ)rē-ˈəp\

: to officially agree to stay in the military, on a team, with a company, etc., for an additional period of time

: to officially agree or persuade someone to officially agree that an existing arrangement will continue for an additional period of time

Full Definition of RE-UP

intransitive verb
:  to sign on again <re-upped with the team for three more years>; especially :  to enlist again
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Origin of RE-UP

re- + sign up
First Known Use: circa 1906

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