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reunite

[ ree-yoo-nahyt ]
/ ˌri yuˈnaɪt /
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verb (used with or without object), re·u·nit·ed, re·u·nit·ing.
to unite again, as after separation.
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Origin of reunite

1585–95; <Medieval Latin reūnīt(us) (past participle of reūnīre), equivalent to Latin re-re- + ūnītus joined together; see unite1

OTHER WORDS FROM reunite

re·u·nit·a·ble, adjectivere·u·nit·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for reunite

reunite
/ (ˌriːjuːˈnaɪt) /

verb
to bring or come together again

Derived forms of reunite

reunitable, adjectivereuniter, noun
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