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Definition of "re-enter" []

  • To enter (something or somewhere) again (verb)
  • Alternative spelling of reenter. (verb)

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Use "re-enter" in a sentence
  • "The court ruled that the Germans did not need to have troops on the ground for an occupation to be in effect, and that since they had the capacity to easily re-enter the territory and reassume control they were still occupying the territory in question."
  • "Material and energy from the larger environment enter the economy and, through the miracle of the 2nd law of thermodynamics, are converted into high entropy waste products that re-enter the larger environment."
  • "The point about having to leave the country and re-enter upon getting PR status does seem kind of silly though doesn't it."