Definition of re-enter in English:

re-enter

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verb

[with object]
Enter (something) again: women who wish to re-enter the labour market
More example sentences
  • Just when it looks like you are about to enter the village of Brotton, a steep path re-enters the wood and we have a beck to cross.
  • After reaching the end of the lunch line, Matthew and I exited the hot and aroma filled kitchen and re-entered the cafeteria.
  • He refused to do so and insisted that he wished to re-enter the house.

Derivatives

re-entrance

noun
More example sentences
  • There's the anticipation of the new school year, what the French call la rentrée: quite literally, the re-entrance into the kind of routine that summer so expertly ignores.
  • I didn't mean to have such a dramatic re-entrance to Camp Casey, but the huge portrait of Casey really surprised me.
  • This disparity between conduction speed and recovery allows re-entrance to occur.

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