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recommission

Line breaks: re|com¦mis|sion
Pronunciation: /riːkəˈmɪʃ(ə)n
 
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Definition of recommission in English:

verb

[with object]
Commission again: the council received a proposal to recommission and upgrade the former Norsk Hydro Plant
More example sentences
  • A rare and precious thing, capable of delivering both audiences and kudos in equal measure, the search for prime-time drama that can be happily recommissioned is an obsession of virtually all commissioning editors and broadcasters.
  • The show has continued to grow with Thomas at the helm, though it is yet to be recommissioned for an eighth series (last year's run gained its biggest audience share so far).
  • I am genuinely astonished it has been recommissioned.

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