Definition of republish
1 : to publish again or anew
2 : to execute (a will) anew
Recent Examples of republish from the Web
Perhaps after further study/discussion/modification, it can be republished to members for a later board vote.
Doubleday bought the rights to republish the debut novel in 1991, after Grisham’s reputation had been established and after the author had passed on the opportunity to secure the rights himself.
With the announcement Tuesday that Exelon Corp. plans to close the plant unless the state gives it some financial help, The Associated Press is republishing an April 8, 1979, story examining the day of the accident and the seven days that followed.
This KHN story can be republished for free (details).
The satirical article was republished from The Daily Stormer last week following real headlines of the investigation into the Trump campaign's connections with Russia.
This story originally appeared in Slate and is republished here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.
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First Known Use of republish
Legal Definition of republish
1 : to publish again or anew republishing the defamatory statements
2 : to execute (a will) anew usually through the execution of a codicil incorporating the will by reference and with the result of rendering an otherwise invalid will valid
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