Definition of "reunifying" [reunifying]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reunify. (verb)

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Use "reunifying" in a sentence
  • "Business reengineering: Post-industrial corporations built around the idea of reunifying production tasks into coherent business processes."
  • "Germany, the rotating presidency of the European Union, in a letter from the German foreign ministry to the Speaker of the Knesset, Dalia Itzek, refused to attend the Israeli official 40th anniversary celebrations of "reunifying" Jerusalem, where no single foreign embassy retains premises anymore and where the celebrations were also boycotted by all foreign envoys."
  • "His intention to advance the cause of reunifying the Vulcan and Romulan people remained, as did his conviction that the current Romulan schism provided an opportunity to foment such an advance."
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