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reselect

Syllabification: re·se·lect
Pronunciation: /ˌrēsəˈlekt
 
/

Definition of reselect in English:

verb

[with object]
Select (someone or something) again or differently: a user should not need to reselect a printer every time this happens
More example sentences
  • He would select news items, reselect them, rewrite them, cut them short, crumple them up and throw them away.
  • His local association had recently unanimously reselected him as their candidate for the forthcoming general election.
  • When I was reselected in July last year, I became aware of this whispering campaign.

Derivatives

reselection

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Four members were absent at the meeting, which was put back a week despite being in the diary for seven months, but 15 voted against reselection and eight voted in favour.
  • The warning comes at a highly sensitive time for Labour MSPs, who are going through a rapid process of reselection this month.
  • There is no mechanism for mandatory reselection of First Ministers.

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