verb (used with object)
to change back to a previous form, opinion, character, or function.
Origin of reconvert
Related formsre·con·ver·sion, nounre·con·vert·er, noun
First recorded in 1605–15; re-
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
Examples from the Web for reconvert
Historical Examples of reconvert
Well have to reconvert from war production to ship designing.
It is, therefore, necessary to reconvert the oxide into the metal.
I'll cut out the visible spectrum before the flash, and convert and reconvert the infra-red.
And so we will reconvert and transreform, and true progress shall consist in regress.
The inhabitants had, in the meantime, been converted to Protestantism, and the first task of Savoy was to reconvert them.
British Dictionary definitions for reconvert
Derived Formsreconversion (ˌriːkənˈvɜːʃən), noun
to change (something) back to a previous state or form
to bring (someone) back to his or her former religion
property law to convert back (property previously converted) into its original form, as land into money and vice versaSee also conversion (def. 5)
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