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recommit

verb re·com·mit \ˌrē-kə-ˈmit\

Definition of RECOMMIT

transitive verb
1
:  to refer (as a bill) back to a committee
2
:  to entrust or consign again
re·com·mit·ment \-mənt\ noun
re·com·mit·tal \-ˈmi-təl\ noun

First Known Use of RECOMMIT

1621

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