re·en·ter verb \(ˌ)rē-ˈen-tər\
: to go into (a place you have left) again
: to go back into (a game that you were participating in earlier)
: to type in (words, data, etc.) again on a computer
: to enter (something) again
: to return to and enter
Examples of REENTER
- The space shuttle has safely reentered the Earth's atmosphere.
- If you leave the theater, you won't be allowed to reenter without showing a ticket stub.
- The quarterback reentered the game in the second half.
- The original file was corrupted, so they had to reenter the data.
First Known Use of REENTER
Rhymes with REENTER
, nerve center
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