Definition of rediscover in English:

rediscover

Syllabification: re·dis·cov·er
Pronunciation: /ˌrēdəˈskəvər
 
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verb

[with object]
Discover (something forgotten or ignored) again: he was trying to rediscover his Gaelic roots
More example sentences
  • These Russian painters were discovering and rediscovering the look of their country.
  • In doing so I've made some wonderful new friends, discovered new comrades and rediscovered old ones.
  • In the past two seasons an extra 10,000 Scottish fans have discovered or rediscovered the game.

Derivatives

rediscovery

Pronunciation: /-ˈkəv(ə)rē/
noun (plural rediscoveries)
More example sentences
  • As the rediscovery of Croatia has gathered steam, the European press has dabbled in some selective rebranding.
  • The implications of this rediscovery are complex.
  • Perhaps the most astonishing experience with grandchildren is the rediscovery of just how intelligent very small children can be.

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