Definition of reaccept in English:

reaccept

Line breaks: re|accept
Pronunciation: /riːəkˈsɛpt
 
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verb

[with object]
Accept (someone or something) again: you will be making a decision to reaccept your spouse
More example sentences
  • But if she ever realizes her mistake and her loss, and comes back to me, I don't even know how I can reaccept her.
  • However, with the Shavuot approaching, we have a chance to reaccept the Torah properly.
  • Afghanistan has been reaccepted into the international community, where it is increasingly active.

Derivatives

reacceptance

noun
More example sentences
  • The first Documenta exhibition signified Germany's reacceptance of avant-garde art, which had been banned by the Nazis as degenerate.
  • Zellweger remains to provide a lightness of tone, particularly in her grudging reacceptance of her father.
  • There was a need ‘for the reacceptance of what may be described as an academic faith,’ James Thomson declared.

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