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/ ˌriːɪntrəˈdjuːs /


  1. to introduce (something) again

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Derived Forms

  • ˌreintroˈduction, noun

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Example Sentences

The lawmakers might reintroduce the legislation, or something like it, when Congress reconvenes next month.

From there, you can reintroduce some of the “grey area” foods like dairy and grains to see how you tolerate them.

Weinstein said he would reintroduce that bill as well as a new one based on the Miller ruling.

And then Michelle Obama masterfully used it to reintroduce America to her husband.

How is Romney going to reintroduce himself to the public in a more favorable light?

I wish to reintroduce Ariadne to you and let her explain some of the wonders of their teaching, she being herself a teacher.

They only proposed to reintroduce cigar and cigarette smoking.

England proposes to reintroduce into the school system children who are now abnormally employed in the war.

I would reintroduce prize-fighting and bear-baiting and gladiatorial shows to brace the nation up a bit.

"I must reintroduce myself, formally, I see," quoth the stranger.


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