reconnect

verb
re·​con·​nect | \ (ˌ)rē-kə-ˈnekt \
reconnected; reconnecting; reconnects

Definition of reconnect

: to connect again The project … is reconnecting a road that was buried after a massive landslide …— Juan Reyes The organization also hosts family workshops that allow returning servicemen and women to reconnect with their children through woodworking projects such as bird houses.— Deborah Sullivan Brennan

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1700, in the meaning defined above

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