Definition of "re-attach" [re-attach]

  • To attach again. (verb)

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Use "re-attach" in a sentence
  • "Actually, Chiapas WAS one of those "Central American" countries until it decided to re-attach itself to México."
  • "In Spain, the movement Preventive Reconquista is gaining ground - a perhaps George W Bush-inspired preventive war against the 1 million Muslim immigrants and their allegedly "evil" plans to re-attach Spain to Islam."
  • "Spokeswoman Kris Carraway-Bowman said hospital personnel told Rice they could re-attach the severed part and what that process would involve, and that he elected not to have it re-attached."
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