Definition of "recompose" [re•com•pose]

  • (verb-transitive) To compose again; reorganize or rearrange.
  • (verb-transitive) To restore to composure; calm.

Use "recompose" in a sentence

  • "But it means that, unlike what we hoped in the 1970s-1980s, it will not be enough to "recompose""
  • "Apple has a sandbox concept that isolates the platform, which prevents certain viruses that want to replicate themselves or decompose and recompose to avoid virus scanners."
  • "Ultimately, the player picks himself up, dusts himself off and starts to recompose a route through the city again."

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