to open again.
to start again; resume: to reopen an argument; to reopen an attack.
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How to use reopen in a sentence
Many students at Del Mar Elementary School and the Rancho Santa Fe Elementary already returned to campus, according to the Union-Tribune and NBC San Diego, after receiving waivers from the county to reopen.North County Report: Schools Are Reopening for Students Most in Need | Kayla Jimenez | September 16, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
It’s also been adopted by San Diego Unified School District as one of the metrics that will decide when it is safe to reopen schools.Morning Report: A Questionable Stat That’s Guiding Reopening | Voice of San Diego | September 9, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
San Diego Unified officials convened a panel of experts from UC San Diego to advise them on when and how it might be safe to reopen.The County Is Rethinking a Major Coronavirus Trigger | Will Huntsberry | September 9, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
These new successes could point to how places like schools might safely reopen with in-person classes during the ongoing pandemic.Four summer camps show how to limit COVID-19 outbreak | Erin Garcia de Jesus | September 8, 2020 | Science News For Students
Much of the hiring during the summer has been driven by states reopening businesses, like dental offices and clothing stores.Unemployment rate falls to 8.4%—with over 10 million jobs added since April’s jobless peak | Lance Lambert | September 4, 2020 | Fortune
The U.S. will reopen an embassy in Havana, meaning an ambassador will be appointed.
To combat Ebola, we need to make sure we reopen safe schools as soon as possible.
And they never were, despite a grand jury being convened in 1937 to reopen the investigation.
But he does not have his SIV number, which is required to reopen his case.Obama Went to War to Save Them, But They Can’t Get U.S. Visas | Christine van den Toorn, Sherizaan Minwalla | September 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
A procedure to reopen his urinary tract could have been done under local anesthesia.
Of those opportunities nobody had thought fit to avail himself; and it was now too late to reopen the question.The History of England from the Accession of James II. | Thomas Babington Macaulay
To allow the heiress to the Crown to marry a Carlist seemed the surest way to reopen civil war, and upset the dynasty once more.Spanish Life in Town and Country | L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street
But these measures were the result of levity and disorganization rather than of any purpose to reopen the quarrel.History of the English People, Volume VIII (of 8) | John Richard Green
Again Power remained silent, and Marten was obliged to reopen the discussion.The Terms of Surrender | Louis Tracy
"Provided always that there were anything left to reopen," suggested the Governor softly.The Lieutenant-Governor | Guy Wetmore Carryl
British Dictionary definitions for reopen
to open or cause to open again
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