[ US /ɹiˈsiɫ/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪsˈiːl/ ]
  1. seal again
    reseal the bottle after using the medicine
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How To Use reseal In A Sentence

  • If we had perfect conditions and the road was resealed, which is what we're waiting for, then I think I could go 85 [mph or 136.8 km / h]. Tyee - Home
  • The plastic stopper is also recyclable - and can be used to reseal other similar bottles. The Sun
  • Reseal the plastic sac and leave it rocking for 1 h at room temperature.
  • It turned out that he had carefully opened the box, put a ring in it, then carefully resealed it.
  • The gaps responsible for the abnormal results had apparently resealed suggesting that it is worthwhile to persist with sensor probes that generate abnormal measurements initially.
  • Also disappearing is the traditional letter on the lid, which will be replaced by constantly updated, quirky messages, stickers or images inside each tube and a resealable flip-top lid.
  • His tool kit includes equipment for unsealing and resealing envelopes, miniature microphones, and wiretapping equipment.
  • This time, however, the accompanying product had been cut open, spiked with poison and resealed with the label concealing the incision. The Jigsaw Man
  • To open the package, the consumer unscrews the easy-to-open plastic overcap, removes the inner plastic seal by pulling the pullring, and can reseal the bottle with the overcap.
  • The shaft was then resealed and access is restricted.
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