Convene or cause to convene again, especially after a pause in proceedings: [no object]: parliament reconvenes on 1st June [with object]: it was agreed to reconvene the permanent commission
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- Officials have prepared a report on the merits of such a move and a decision will be taken by the roads minister when parliament reconvenes next month.
- The group agreed to reconvene in one month's time.
- Normal proceedings of both the houses of parliament reconvened at 3 p.m.
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