/ (ˌriːəˈkwaɪə) /
to get or gain (something) again which one has owned
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This tall, horizontally branched cactus is probably the most recognizable cactus in Arizona. What is it called?
Words nearby reacquire
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Example sentences from the Web for reacquire
In order to reacquire their lost habit of proper listening, they must exercise voluntary attention and develop interest.Memory|William Walker Atkinson
The young, as we have just seen, reacquire their longitudinal stripes, and the boars invariably reassume their tusks.