Definition of reconfirm in English:

reconfirm

Line breaks: re|con¦firm
Pronunciation: /riːkənˈfəːm
 
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verb

[with object]
Confirm again: this has been reconfirmed by a recent Higher Labour Court decision Berghofer resigned but was reconfirmed as mayor of Dresden shortly afterwards
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  • But the terrible events this month only reconfirmed my belief that the protection of our democracy must be rooted in the reinvigoration of democratic engagement itself.
  • The players continued with the tour only after the agreed procedures had been reconfirmed with diplomats and security advisers.
  • Above all, it reconfirmed my feeling that I really was better off not going.

Derivatives

reconfirmation

Pronunciation: /-kɒnfəˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/
noun
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  • For him a better than expected result marks a personal vindication and certain reconfirmation as party leader.
  • We don't think that there have been any changes since the last review, and we're satisfied that all we're doing is going through a process of reconfirmation to make sure that all of the factors were taken into account back in '99.
  • ‘This was simply a reconfirmation that missiles are now a reality in South Asia,’ Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Aziz Ahmad Khan said in a statement issued in Islamabad.

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