verb (used with object)
Origin of acquaint
Examples from the Web for reacquainted
And commercial banks would get reacquainted with their client base.
We were good friends before you were stolen and I hope will be again when you get reacquainted with me.The Circus Comes to Town|Lebbeus Mitchell
British Dictionary definitions for reacquainted
Word Origin for acquaint
Word Origin and History for reacquainted
early 13c., from Old French acointier "make known, make acquaintance of," from Vulgar Latin accognitare "to make known," from Latin accognitus "acquainted with," past participle of accognoscere "know well," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + cognitus, past participle of cogniscere "come to know," from com- "with" (see com-) + gnoscere "know" (see notice). Originally reflective, "to make oneself known;" sense of "to gain for oneself personal knowledge of" is from early 14c. Related: Acquainted; acquainting.