re·​is·​sue | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈi-(ˌ)shü How to pronounce reissue (audio) , chiefly British -ˈi-(ˌ)syü \
reissued; reissuing; reissues

Definition of reissue

intransitive verb

: to come forth again

transitive verb

: to issue again especially : to cause to become available again

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Other Words from reissue

reissue noun

Examples of reissue in a Sentence

The publisher has decided to reissue the author's out-of-print books.
Recent Examples on the Web The deal added all post-1975 PIR recordings to the PIR titles already owned by Sony Music, reuniting the entirety of the Philadelphia International Recordings catalog under a single global licensing and reissue entity. Gail Mitchell, Billboard, "Philadelphia International Records Marks 50th Anniversary With Yearlong Celebration: Exclusive," 25 Jan. 2021 The one-page order noted that the House intends to reissue the subpoena to Trump’s longtime accounting firm Mazars USA at the start of the new Congress next week. Washington Post, "House Democrats cannot immediately access President Trump’s tax and financial records, after court ruling," 30 Dec. 2020 Four months after his sentencing, Sony Music Entertainment and EMI Music Publishing announced a licensing deal to reissue records from the Philles catalog through Sony’s Legacy Recordings. Alex Wigglesworth, Los Angeles Times, "Phil Spector, visionary music producer convicted in notorious murder, dies at 81," 17 Jan. 2021 The Committee, whose Chairman will not change in the next Congress, will reissue the subpoena, consistent with House Rules and precedent. Jerry Dunleavy, Washington Examiner, "House Democrats to subpoena ex-White House lawyer Don McGahn again," 16 Dec. 2020 One possibility would be for Mr. Biden’s Treasury to reissue that money to the Fed under new parameters meant to encourage more aid to small and medium-sized businesses than previously supplied. Emily Cochrane, New York Times, "Biden Team, Pushing Quick Stimulus Deal, Prepares for Renewed Recession," 22 Nov. 2020 County and state elections officials acknowledged the mistake and declined to reissue new ballots. oregonlive, "Judge won’t pause votes in Washington County on drug decriminalization measure," 2 Nov. 2020 And the agency is still trying to reissue checks to people whose payments were mistakenly redirected to pay child support owed by their spouses. Lydia Depillis, ProPublica, "Millions Still Haven’t Gotten Stimulus Checks, Including Many Who Need Them Most," 30 Oct. 2020 Opponents last week asked county and state elections officials to reissue ballots for the measure in Washington County due to the error, a request that was denied. oregonlive, "Opponents of Oregon drug decriminalization measure file lawsuit asking for new ballots in Washington County," 28 Oct. 2020

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First Known Use of reissue

1613, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense

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11 Feb 2021

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“Reissue.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 5 Mar. 2021.

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English Language Learners Definition of reissue

: to publish or produce (something, such as a book or recording) again : to issue (something) again

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