To use again, especially after salvaging or special treatment or processing.(verb-transitive)
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Use "reuse" in a sentence
"Copying source code in whole or in part falls under the term reuse; modifying source code makes it a derivative work."
"We have to look for someone who can formulate strategic goals -- and I'm going to have to use the term reuse -- to reuse what is there now, and federate what is there now, and federate with as light a touch as possible."
"Google wasn't the only violator the FSC found in its look at what it describes as the reuse-which could mean linking to a news article and using some of the same words in a headline and lede paragraph-during the 30-day period between Oct. 15 and Nov. 15."