[ US /ˌɹiɪntɹəˈdus/ ]
[ UK /ɹˌiːˌɪntɹədjˈuːs/ ]
  1. introduce anew
    We haven't met in a long time, so let me reintroduce myself
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How To Use reintroduce In A Sentence

  • Even as large numbers were reintroduced to former habitats, it was not easy to prove that they were surviving and reproducing, the true measure of the project's success.
  • There are other that smell similar, I think partly because as others have pointed out, this kind of reintroduced woods to womens fragrances. Perfume Review: Feminite de Bois by Shiseido
  • They were reintroduced but for an unknown period only one vessel was available. Times, Sunday Times
  • The term was reintroduced in Sweden in the early 1800s when the parliament of Sweden appointed its first ombudsman to give people a place, separate from the king, where their complaints about the country could be heard. Your Call Is (Not That) Important to Us
  • Concerned the President does not view gay men and women as "human beings whose lives, loves, and families are equal" to his own, Solomnese mockingly offered to "reintroduce" the LGBT community to their capricious ally in the White House. RedState
  • Sivagnanam wonders if our patients settled because of the residual effect of the previously administered high dose colchicine that we had stopped; we only reintroduced colchicine, however, if the gout was not settling or was worsening.
  • Clarke will reintroduce legislation this afternoon.
  • Local taxes and surcharges on luxuries like theatre tickets were also reintroduced as a means of subsidizing hospitals.
  • Next year the team will begin measuring the effectiveness of the four-year breeding program and the viability of reintroduced mussels.
  • Perhaps they might also reintroduce spelling and punctuation. Times, Sunday Times
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