transitive + intransitive
: to form or cause (something or someone) to form a corporation again
- U.S. companies reincorporate abroad … to avoid paying U.S. taxes.
- —Peter Beinart
- … he even reincorporated the company as a public benefit corporation, which legally requires it to prioritize its effects on society as much as its profitability.
- —Deborah Aarts
: to become part of or cause (someone or something) to become part of a group or whole again
- … the non-Russian republics who did not want Russia to assert later that it had the right to reincorporate those republics into the Russian empire.
- —Edmund Haislmaier
- … had been invited by the command to discuss how the rebels could reincorporate into civilian life.
- —Douglas Farah
- Many experts advocate … gradually reincorporating some of the foods you've eliminated so you can see how they make you feel.
- —Stephanie Eckelkamp
: to blend or combine again
- After the cooking is done, let the breasts sit at room temperature for five minutes before serving so that the natural juices can reincorporate into the meat.
- —Bruce Weinstein
- Using your ladle, stir the batter to reincorporate the cornstarch, which has a tendency to settle on the bottom of the bowl.
- —Jennifer Aranas
The reincorporation, which will merge the existing company into a new, wholly owned subsidiary, was approved …