- heating again.
- Aeronautics. a process in certain turbojet engines in which gases are expanded by turbines after combustion, burned again in a second chamber, expanded again by additional turbines, and released through the exhaust nozzle.
Origin of reheating
1720–30; re- + heating
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Examples from the Web for reheating
It's also a rare pleasure to see a new piece of furniture that isn't just a rehashing or reheating of modernist cliches.Sofa For A Siding
February 4, 2013
In the same way, left-over foods from the table may be preserved by reheating and canning them.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5
Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
In the manufacture of "gold" red glass, the glass when first cooled shows no color, but on reheating the rich ruby color develops.Artificial Light
This is better than reheating and boiling again, as it destroys less of the flavor of the fruit.
In reheating, a good way is to place a quantity in a cup, and set the cup into hot water until the tea is sufficiently hot.
If I have no ice, reheating it each day during warm weather prevents spoiling.How To Write Special Feature Articles
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