reintegrate

verb
re·​in·​te·​grate | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈin-tə-ˌgrāt How to pronounce reintegrate (audio) \
reintegrated; reintegrating; reintegrates

Definition of reintegrate

transitive verb

: to integrate again into an entity : restore to unity

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Other Words from reintegrate

reintegration \ (ˌ)rē-​ˌin-​tə-​ˈgrā-​shən How to pronounce reintegrate (audio) \ noun
reintegrative \ (ˌ)rē-​ˈin-​tə-​ˌgrā-​tiv How to pronounce reintegrate (audio) \ adjective

Examples of reintegrate in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Most Somalilanders have known nothing but self-rule and would never consent to reintegrate with their bloody, anarchic suzerain. The Economist, "A state of one’s own Somaliland deserves international recognition," 8 May 2021 This will help them to reintegrate themselves back into their past lives and reconnect effectively with family. Sheri Koones, Forbes, "Addressing The Housing Needs Of The Returning Veterans With Symptoms Of PTSD," 21 Apr. 2021 Foley’s December decision only reversed the Fire and Police’s Commission’s move to demote Morales to captain and did not provide any instruction as to how Morales should reintegrate, or part ways, with the department. Elliot Hughes, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Ousted Police Chief Morales asks judge to force city to 'promptly' allow him to return to work," 28 Apr. 2021 And despite continuous attempts over two decades to reintegrate the Hutu guerrillas, the insurgency has still not been defeated. New York Times, "He Was the Hero of ‘Hotel Rwanda.’ Now He’s Accused of Terrorism.," 2 Mar. 2021 And to help her reintegrate into society without raising too many questions about the Pierce family, TC (Christopher Ammanuel Darby) used his technopath powers to create a new identity for her. Chancellor Agard, EW.com, "How Black Lightning explained Jennifer's new look," 16 Mar. 2021 Or a lack of continuity, trying to reintegrate Kevin Love and Larry Nance Jr., using another different starting lineup. Chris Fedor, cleveland, "Cleveland Cavaliers’ offensive funk continues in 100-82 loss to Atlanta Hawks," 15 Mar. 2021 Groups like Life After Hate, which helps people leave far-right extremist groups and reintegrate into society, have received government funding as part of a broader effort to disrupt domestic terrorism. NBC News, "'You are not alone': Former far-right activists launch project to fight online radicalization," 23 Feb. 2021 These efforts are a bid to reintegrate the U.S. with its allies and bring the nation back in line with Russia, China, and Europeans in their approach to restricting Iran's nuclear development. Christina Ruffini, CBS News, "U.S. would attend meeting with Iran and other powers if invited," 18 Feb. 2021

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First Known Use of reintegrate

1570, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for reintegrate

Medieval Latin reintegratus, past participle of reintegrare to renew, reinstate, from Latin re- + integrare to integrate

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13 May 2021

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“Reintegrate.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/reintegrate. Accessed 15 May. 2021.

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