Definition of re-form in English:

re-form

Syllabification: re-form
Pronunciation: /ˈrēˈfôrm
 
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verb

  • Form or cause to form again: [no object]: the clouds re-formed over the sun
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    • A public meeting is taking place in the Killeshin Hotel on Saturday, February 1, with the view to re-forming the GAA club.
    • The club were re-formed by a Bradfordian, Bob Robinson, in 1988, and played one season in Bradford before having to relocate for seven years to play on a ground suitable for the league they were in, before returning to the city in 1996.
    • It is over thirty years since the club was re-formed, and it is hoped former Presidents, Captains and people associated with the club will attend the function.

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