redintegrate

verb
red·in·te·grate | \ri-ˈdin-tə-ˌgrāt, re-\
redintegrated; redintegrating; redintegrates

Definition of redintegrate 

transitive verb

archaic

: to restore to a former and especially sound state

First Known Use of redintegrate

15th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for redintegrate

Middle English, from Latin redintegratus, past participle of redintegrare, from re-, red- re- + integrare to make complete — more at integrate

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