reunite

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verb re·unite \ˌrē-yu̇-ˈnīt\

Definition of reunite

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to bring together again

  3. intransitive verb
  4. :  to come together again :  rejoin

Examples of reunite in a Sentence

  1. The police reunited the woman and her son.

  2. We need a candidate who can reunite the party.

  3. The band reunited for a special concert.

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Origin and Etymology of reunite

Middle English, from Medieval Latin reunitus, past participle of reunire, from Latin re- + Late Latin unire to unite — more at unite


REUNITE Defined for English Language Learners

reunite

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Definition of reunite for English Language Learners

  • : to bring (people or things) together again especially after they have been apart for a long time

  • : to be together again after being apart for a long time


REUNITE Defined for Kids

reunite

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verb re·unite \ˌrē-yu̇-ˈnīt\

Definition of reunite for Students

reunited

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reuniting

  1. :  to come or bring together again after being apart



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