verb re·en·act \ˌrē-ə-ˈnakt\

: to repeat the actions of (an event)

Full Definition of REENACT

transitive verb
:  to enact (as a law) again
:  to act or perform again
:  to repeat the actions of (an earlier event or incident)
re·en·act·ment \-ˈnak(t)-mənt\ noun

Examples of REENACT

  1. The group reenacted a famous American Civil War battle.

First Known Use of REENACT

circa 1676


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