Ignite or cause to ignite again: [no object]: oven burners automatically reignite if blown out
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- A crisis that reignites social turmoil could easily be triggered by outside factors.
- The most sophisticated fish auction in Europe has finally opened in Hull, revolutionising the lives of trawlermen, processors and merchants and reigniting the port as a major player in the international fish trade.
- The union's executive members will be faced with a difficult choice of accepting the deal as put forward by the employers or risk reigniting the dispute, which hit firefighters heavily in the pocket.
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