Definition of reunite in English:

reunite

Line breaks: re|unite
Pronunciation: /riːjʊˈnʌɪt
 
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verb

Come together or cause to come together again after a period of separation or disunity: [no object]: the three friends reunited in 1959 [with object]: Stephanie was reunited with her parents
More example sentences
  • Nobody ever accused him of delaying the end of the Warring States Period in his attempts to stop the Qin Kingdom from reuniting the whole country.
  • His new film, House of Flying Daggers, is another martial arts period piece, and reunites the director with his ‘Hero’ star, Ziyi Zhang.
  • Tears of joy were flowing as three great army friends were reunited after more than 50 years apart.

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