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Definition of "reintegration" [re•in•te•gra•tion]

  • The condition of being reintegrated (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reintegration" in a sentence
  • "Petraeus, he noted, has up to $100 million in emergency funds to get this program operational and understands, from his time in Iraq, not only how critical reintegration is but how to make it work."
  • "Complementary linkages between the short-term reintegration efforts of UNHCR, such as quick-impact projects, and the development activities of WFP and others should be built so as to promote sustainable socio-economic recovery and a successful reintegration of returnees."
  • "One is called reintegration, which is done a lot on the battlefield."