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/ ˈraɪ gɪt /
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a city in Surrey in SE England, a London suburb.
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How to use Reigate in a sentence
The line being open only to Redhill, all had there to alight, the short journey to Reigate being performed on foot.Recollections of Thirty-nine Years in the Army|Charles Alexander Gordon
A Reigate resident advertises in a daily newspaper for the recovery of a human jawbone.
Of course they have all gone, but several of them only moved as far as Reigate, and he kept up their acquaintance.
John Thorndyke rode at a gallop down to Reigate, and first called on the head constable.
We had to fine him last week for being drunk and making a disturbance down at Reigate.
British Dictionary definitions for Reigate
/ (ˈraɪɡɪt, -ɡeɪt) /
a town in S England, in Surrey at the foot of the North Downs. Pop (including Redhill): 50 436 (2001)
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