reissue

verb
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 administration did not formally reissue the Bush-era guidance but in recent days did repost a Bush administration affirmative action policy document online. New York Times, "Trump Officials Reverse Obama’s Policy on Affirmative Action in Schools," 3 July 2018 First published in 1981 and reissued as an expanded and updated new edition, this anthology charts the ongoing American and international response to Whitman’s legacy. Mary Ann Grossmann, Twin Cities, "Stopping at midsummer to read a good book: Here are 6 to consider," 14 July 2019 Despite the legal matters, the estate continues to reissue music from the late singer’s vault and an upcoming memoir. Paula Rogo, Essence, "Alfred Jackson, Prince’s Half-Brother, Dead at 66," 31 Aug. 2019 Under the board’s proposal, those could be reissued, or, if cities or counties agree to increase the number of pot shops within their boundaries, new licenses could be granted — this time, to participants in the social equity program. Gene Johnson, BostonGlobe.com, "5 years in, Washington considers overhaul of pot regulation," 28 Aug. 2019 Under the board’s proposal, those could be reissued, or, if cities or counties agree to increase the number of pot shops within their boundaries, new licenses could be granted — this time, to participants in the social equity program. Gene Johnson, The Seattle Times, "5 years in, Washington considers overhaul of pot regulation," 28 Aug. 2019 If a foreign terrorist had done in Dayton or El Paso or Las Vegas what American citizens did, there would be no shortage of outrage and dire pronouncements, hastily passed legislation, mindless stereotypes reissued and gobs of money thrown. Paul Daugherty, Cincinnati.com, "Doc's Morning Line: This is America. We should be better than this. Do something.," 5 Aug. 2019 Each week, city inspectors have to visit Dillon to reissue a temporary certificate of occupancy. Dan Brechlin, courant.com, "State audit finds CRDA improperly spent more than $4 million on Dillon Stadium," 3 Aug. 2019 Also, the college issued a statement Thursday — and reissued it Monday — declaring that the new raises were approved on Aug. 22. Nanette Asimov, SFChronicle.com, "Amid uproar over exec pay increases, CCSF chancellor says raises not final," 16 Sep. 2019

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First Known Use of reissue

1613, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense

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The first known use of reissue was in 1613

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reissue

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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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