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reshore

[ ree-shawr, ‐shohr ]
/ ˈriˌʃɔr, ‐ˌʃoʊr /
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verb (used with or without object)
(of a company or organization) to return offshored jobs or business activities to the home territory: We expect to have reshored most of our media maintenance by the end of April.It is unlikely that the company will continue to reshore this year.
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OTHER WORDS FROM reshore

re·shor·ing, noun
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