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
The Boss’ releases from 1987-1996 are being remastered and reissued for a new vinyl box set that’s set to drop in May. Bruce Springsteen: The Album Collection Vol.
But more arrests were ordered last week, and Spanish authorities reissued their warrant on Friday.
Unfortunately, those patches were found to cause system instability, forcing Intel to halt and then reissue new code.
After deleting the post, the embassy reissued its Twitter morning greeting with a much more recognizably Russian image: Saint Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow.
Calvin Klein designer Francisco Costa reissued Cher's famous white dress in 2010.
Due to extremely high demand, the brand decided to reissue the cut.
In two essential novels reissued by Picador, the exquisitely grotesque Crash (1973) and the eerily civilized Super-Cannes (2000), Ballard warns against the lures of easy satisfaction.
In celebration of some of the brand’s most iconic styles, the collection features reissued classics such as the striped rugby polo from 1984, the scoopback one-piece swimsuit from 1989 and the rollneck sweater from 1988.
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First Known Use of reissue
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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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