(intr) to take part in or participate again: re-engaged in terrorism
(tr) to employ (someone) again
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How to use re-engage in a sentence
He “buckled” and gave up, and for all intents and purposes refused to re-engage after that.
The intervening years have seen them re-engage the struggle against Israeli policies on both sides of the Green Line.
The United States has made a significant effort to re-engage in Afghanistan.
To more applause, he said his country would “re-engage” with the United Nations.
There is no doubt that Team Obama is committed to global justice: how can they re-engage with the struggle to achieve it?
In his fury the editor discharged the chief reporter, and when he went out to re-engage him found that Cairns had been before him.Grey Town | Gerald Baldwin
Marines are enlisted for 12 years, and if of good character they can re-engage to complete 21 years, entitling to pension.
He made it a condition, however, that in case of success I should re-engage him for the approaching London season.The Mapleson Memoirs, vol I | James H. Mapleson
Mrs. Crowdey saw how things were going, and turning from the cow question, endeavoured to re-engage him in his recitations.Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour | R. S. Surtees
We shall receive the proposition of the men who left us to-morrow, and re-engage on our own terms, next day, as many as we want.The Bread-winners | John Hay