Definition of reinsert in English:

reinsert

Line breaks: re|insert
Pronunciation: /riːɪnˈsəːt
 
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verb

[with object]
Place (something) back into its previous position: she reinserted the card into its place in her file
More example sentences
  • I assumed the problem was a bad card, particularly after I reinserted my old video card and it was fine.
  • Then something like a receipt or a statement came out of the machine and she took ages reading it before reinserting her card and doing the same again.
  • One scene Jason repeatedly mentioned was that when abdominal fluid was being taken from his mother-in-law, the needle fell out of her abdomen onto the bed, and the doctor just reinserted it without taking any disinfection measures.

Derivatives

reinsertion

Pronunciation: /-ˈsəːʃ(ə)n/
noun
More example sentences
  • The first days of incarceration should be the first days of rehabilitation and social reinsertion, but the system doesn't have enough money to take such serious measures.
  • Subsequent reinsertions may be accomplished the same way or by following procedure for insertion of nasogastric tubes.
  • Of course, tools for removal and reinsertion of jewelry will be necessary.

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