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RE US English

Religious education (as a school subject)

re1 US English

In the matter of (used typically as the first word in the heading of an official document or to introduce a reference in an official letter)

re2 US English

(In solmization) the second note of a major scale

Re1 US English

Variant spelling of Ra.

Re2 US English

The chemical element rhenium

’re US English

Are (usually after the pronouns you, we, and they)

re- US English

Once more; afresh; anew

re US Thesaurus

a memo re the new alarm system

Re New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the chemical element rhenium

re- New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

usually forming solid compounds except with words that begin with e or (sometimes) r

Re. US English

Rupee

Ra US English

The sun god, the supreme Egyptian deity, worshiped as the creator of all life and typically with a falcon’s head bearing the solar disc. From earliest times he was associated with the pharaoh

Re in Ra1 US English

The sun god, the supreme Egyptian deity, worshiped as the creator of all life and typically with a falcon’s head bearing the solar disc. From earliest times he was associated with the pharaoh

rhenium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 75, a rare silvery-white metal that occurs in trace amounts in ores of molybdenum and other metals

Re in rhenium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 75, a rare silvery-white metal that occurs in trace amounts in ores of molybdenum and other metals

rhenium New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

chemical element of atomic number 75

de re US English

Relating to the properties of things mentioned in an assertion or expression, rather than to the assertion or expression itself

in re US English

In the legal case of; with regard to

re-up US English

Re-enlist

we're US English

We are

in re New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

in the legal case of; with regard to

you're US English

You are

re-echo US English

Echo again or repeatedly

re-edit US English

Edit (a text or film) again

re-form US English

Form or cause to form again

re-mark US English

Mark (an examination paper or piece of academic work) again

re-sign US English

Sign (a document) again

re-sort US English

Sort (something) again or differently

they're US English

They are

re-cover US English

Put a new cover or covering on

re-dress US English

Dress (someone or something) again

re-elect US English

Elect (someone) to a further term of office

re-embark US English

Go on board ship again


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