Definition of reconsolidate in English:

reconsolidate

Line breaks: re|con¦soli|date
Pronunciation: /riːkənˈsɒlɪdeɪt
 
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verb

[with object]
Consolidate (something) again or anew: peasant holdings were subject to constant division and could then be reconsolidated
More example sentences
  • Shareholders now just have to trust that the new MD can reconsolidate the company for a new era of growth.
  • His reign was marked by continuous military campaigns to reconsolidate the Seleucid empire.
  • That night, the Battalion moved forward and, after taking a few casualties, reconsolidated their line.

Derivatives

reconsolidation

Pronunciation: /-ˈdeɪʃ(ə)n/
noun
More example sentences
  • In the global reconsolidation of capitalism, for instance, neo-colonial states are subordinated to advanced capitalist/colonial states, although both mediate capital accumulation.
  • Some scientists argue that after initial memory consolidation takes place it may be possible to recall memories and then interfere with their reconsolidation as a way to erase recalled memories.
  • And this, in turn, is nothing less than one of the most thoroughgoing instances of assimilation and reconsolidation in twentieth-century America.

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