: to cause (something) to undergo reconversion : cause to change back to a previous state or condition
- To pay bills, they must reconvert the cash into money orders or electronic payments for another fee.
- —Albert B. Kelly
- … I learned that the auditorium had been built as a dance hall in 1912, converted into a skating rink in the 1930s, then reconverted to hold dances and concerts.
- —Christopher Reynolds
: to undergo reconversion : to return to a previous state or condition
- … just before or just after the sack of Rome by the imperial forces of Charles V in 1527, he seems to have left the city once more, bound apparently for Tunis where he is said to have reconverted to Islam …
- —Clifford Geertz