Definition of recommit in English:
verb (recommits, recommitting, recommitted)[with object]
- We must recommit ourselves to building a world where democracy and rights prevail.
- We have heard that several donors are ready to commit or recommit funds to the sector if there is a commensurate government commitment.
- Let us recommit ourselves to the slow and painstaking work of statecraft, which sees peace, not war as being inevitable.
1.1Return (a motion, proposal, or legislative bill) to a committee for further consideration.
- The House could go into Committee, and the bill could be recommitted by motion back to a select committee.
- That might be an easier way than recommitting the bill.
- I am far from convinced that the Supplementary Order Paper does that, but we should wait until it is recommitted to the select committee so that we can further examine it.
- Example sentences
- If we keep faith with Martin's teachings and join together with an energised recommitment to create the beloved community, we will one day be celebrating his vision as a glorious reality.
- Just a few days ago, there was a meeting of the main donors here in New York at the United Nations, and it was a real strong recommitment.
- His recommitment to Jesus as Lord of his life two years ago gave him hope and joy.
- Example sentences
- Pursuant to a discussion at the Business Committee yesterday, I seek leave for the Human Assisted Reproductive Technology Bill to be taken through its third reading today following any recommittal.
- The Government has referred this bill back for recommittal.
- Over half were recommittals, many for non-payment of fines.
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