reconnect

verb re·con·nect \ (ˌ)rē-kə-ˈnekt \

Definition of reconnect

reconnected; reconnecting; reconnects
transitive + intransitive
: 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

First Known Use of reconnect

1700

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