Definition of reissue
: to come forth again
: to issue again; especially : to cause to become available again
Examples of reissue in a Sentence
The publisher has decided to reissue the author's out-of-print books.
Recent Examples of reissue from the Web
But Alpert made a recent exception when no fewer than 28 of his albums were re-mastered prior to being reissued this year.
Other genres — rock and jazz especially — tend to fetishize their history, something reflected in the intensity with which old and out-of-print and sometimes never-released music is reissued.
What: The 1972 sci-fi masterpiece by Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky has been reissued with a digital restoration.
The book adds postscripts to most of its entries, detailing which items have been reissued, either on LP or CD or as downloads.
At the very least now, environmental and tribal activists say, a future Democratic president could reissue a similar rule.
In an interview, Joseph Berardo Jr. — Grant's father — called for the school to recall the yearbooks and reissue new ones with the unaltered photo.
Lowe is gearing up to reissue six mid-career albums this July starting with 1982's Nick the Knife through 1990's Party Of One.
Across the pond in the U.K., The Beatles' reissued Sgt.
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Definition of reissue for English Language Learners
: to publish or produce (something, such as a book or recording) again : to issue (something) again
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