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verb (riːˈhiːt)

to heat or be heated againto reheat yesterday's soup
(tr) to add fuel to (the exhaust gases of an aircraft jet engine) to produce additional heat and thrust

noun (ˈriːˌhiːt) reheating

aeronautics another name (esp Brit) for afterburning (def. 1)

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Derived forms of reheat

reheater, noun
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