[ UK /ɹˌiːjˌuːnɪfɪkˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /ɹiˌunəfəˈkeɪʃən/ ]
  1. the act of coming together again
    monetary unification precipitated the reunification of the German state in October 1990
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How To Use reunification In A Sentence

  • Hostility between them has lasted since 1953, despite successive efforts by the South towards reunification.
  • In such cases the citizens often dream of reunification, even when their governments and ideology differ fundamentally.
  • France had no distinctive position or influence when it came to the vital question of German reunification. The Global Marketplace
  • He said that July 1 was a joyful day for the entire Chinese race as it marked the reunification of Hong Kong with the motherland.
  • The projects provide shelter, either in centers or with foster families, psycho-social assistance, family tracing, reunification, education, and special vocational training.
  • Their president proposed the concept of political integration rather than reunification.
  • Perhaps the major stumbling block to reunification is the military presence in South Korea.
  • If you ask me if the reunification is done, I would say, 'Yes.' East-West Divide Preserved in a German Village
  • After a reconciliation in the royal family and the reunification of the Whig party in 1720, the ministry recovered its poise, and the Whig Ascendancy was not only restored but extended.
  • So the idea that reunification caused per capita GDP in Germany to crater, while it has a surface plausibility, does not appear to comport with the data. Matthew Yglesias » Revisiting the Manzi-Chait
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