/ (rɪˈpəʊn) /
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(tr) Scots law to restore (someone) to his or her former status, office, etc; rehabilitate
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Word Origin for repone
C16: from Latin repōnere to put back, replace
Words nearby repone
reply card, repo, repoint, repo man, répondez s'il vous plaît, repone, repopulate, report, reportage, report card, reported clause
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