Pronunciation: /riːˈjuːz /[with object]
- Use again or more than once: the tape could be magnetically erased and reusedMore example sentences
- A conservative estimate is that more than $485,000 was saved through recycling and reusing materials on site.
- In August 2000, the FDA issued its final guidance on the practice of reprocessing and reusing medical devices intended to be used only once.
- It seems a shame to dump this waste on landfill where it causes problems instead of recycling and reusing it.
Pronunciation: /riːˈjuːs /[mass noun] Back to top
- The action of using something again: the ballast was cleaned ready for reuseMore example sentences
- The type is then cleaned, distributed to the printing case, and ready for reuse.
- It works just as well only it's much cheaper and can be cleaned for reuse.
- One of the world's most extensive audio archives has been rescued from obscurity, ready for remastering and reuse.
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- Simple reusable digicams of snapshot quality are going to cost $3 in a few years.
- These drives are important too, because the discs are reusable.
- John Murphy said he uses reusable shopping bags because he doesn't like seeing plastic bags littering the countryside.
More definitions of reuseDefinition of reuse in:
- The US English dictionary