relicense

verb
re·​li·​cense | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈlī-sᵊn(t)s \
relicensed; relicensing

Definition of relicense

transitive verb

: to license (someone or something) again His license was issued in 2000 and expired in May 2016. A revocation would prevent him from being relicensed— Pete DeLea … a taxi driver currently using diesel will still be able to relicense their vehicle, depending when it was made.— Lewis Pennock

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