Definition of relink
- Most—not all—of the vaporized atoms supply maximum energy by relinking promptly into such stable molecules as N2, H2O and carbon dioxide.
- —Philip Morrison et al.
- relink the computer to the printer
- But many experts have long since demonstrated that anonymised data can often be relinked to an individual due to its revealing detail.
- —Karlin Lillington
- So, with private enterprise back on the agenda, the Cubans will soon have to formulate a strategy for relinking their economy with the wider world.
- —Richard Gott