Definition of re-emerge in English:


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Pronunciation: /riːɪˈməːdʒ


[no object]
Emerge again; come into sight or prominence once more: nationalism has re-emerged in western Europe
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  • Let's be clear: China is not emerging - it is re-emerging to reclaim its traditionally exceptional place.
  • And, secondly, the work they do with them while they are in custody is doing very little to straighten them out once they re-emerge.
  • It is, however, very largely because of this ‘victory’ that the religious question is re-emerging once again, on both an individual and social level.



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  • He said the re-emergence of the disease in areas of Britain where there had not been any confirmed outbreaks for considerable periods was a particular worry.
  • The US now faces the re-emergence of a significant twin deficit problem with the growing external current deficit on top of the fiscal deficit.
  • L' Equipe, the highly respected French sports daily, devoted its front page and two inside broadsheet pages to Perec's re-emergence this week.


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  • The article concludes with a discussion of the uncanniness of this re-emergent form of commodity fetishism.
  • A high-speed data delivery standards battle could be looming for the re-emergent broadband fixed wireless industry.
  • The Price of Victory is an interesting look into the military policing of the issues affecting a re-emergent nation.

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