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relist

Line breaks: re¦list
Pronunciation: /riːˈlɪst/

Definition of relist in English:

verb

[with object]
Place (something, especially shares) on a list again: the last-minute push to relist the shares came despite plunging share prices yesterday
More example sentences
  • Since British Energy, the nuclear-power generator, was restructured and its shares were relisted at the start of the year, it has attracted a shrewd following.
  • The firm earned $800 million more by selling shares in Celanese after relisting it on the New York Stock Exchange in January.
  • However, before the appeal against sentence could be relisted, the appellant absconded from prison and remained at large.

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