Definition of renominate
: to nominate again especially for a succeeding term
renominationplay \(ˌ)rē-ˌnä-mə-ˈnā-shən\ noun
Examples of renominate in a Sentence
The President is likely to be renominated for a second term.
The President has renominated a judge that Congress previously rejected.
Recent Examples of renominate from the Web
Trump could renominate Clyburn along with another Republican, which would allow the agency to retain its GOP majority.
Mr. Trump seemed pleased enough with his top generals on Friday to renominate General Dunford and Gen. Paul J. Selva of the Air Force, the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, each to a second two-year term.
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RENOMINATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of renominate for English Language Learners
: to nominate (someone) again
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