Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reinstall. (verb)
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Use "reinstalls" in a sentence
"If proud owners of T-Mobile's new G2 Android phone -- a great-looking device -- try to hack it to gain "root" access so they can install modified software, the phone overrides the modification and reinstalls the original software."
"A shame I couldn't get Crysis working on my PC at some point, now it can't even start up despite several reinstalls."
"If reality matters at all, then Clinton has to sue these people for libel, and the Democrats have to forumlate a media reform platform that includes ending the Disney copyrite law, and reinstalls the FCC's oversight to clamp down on blatant politicking by media boardrooms with our public airwaves."