reenact

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verb re·en·act \ˌrē-ə-ˈnakt\

Definition of reenact

  1. transitive verb
  2. 1 :  to enact (something, such as a law) again

  3. 2 :  to act or perform again

  4. 3 :  to repeat the actions of (an earlier event or incident)

reenactment

play \-ˈnak(t)-mənt\ noun

Examples of reenact in a sentence

  1. The group reenacted a famous American Civil War battle.

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First Known Use of reenact

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REENACT Defined for English Language Learners

reenact

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verb re·en·act \ˌrē-ə-ˈnakt\

Definition of reenact for English Language Learners

  • : to repeat the actions of (an event)


REENACT Defined for Kids

reenact

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verb re·en·act \ˌrē-ə-ˈnakt\

Definition of reenact for Students

reenacted

reenacting

  1. :  to repeat the actions of (an earlier event) <The group reenacted the battle.>



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