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re1 British & World English

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

re2 British & World English

Variant spelling of ray.

Re1 British & World English

Variant spelling of Ra.

Re2 British & World English

The chemical element rhenium

RE British & World English

Religious education (as a school subject)

’re British & World English

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

re- British & World English

Once more; afresh; anew

re English Thesaurus

correspondence re the formation of neighbourhood watch schemes

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

Ra British & World English

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

Re in Ra1 British & World English

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

ray British & World English

(In tonic sol-fa) the second note of a major scale

re in ray3 British & World English

(In tonic sol-fa) the second note of a major scale

rhenium British & World English

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

Re in rhenium British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 75, a rare silvery-white metal which 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 British & World English

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

in re British & World English

In the legal case of; with regard to

in re New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

in the legal case of; with regard to

re-echo British & World English

Echo again or repeatedly

re-edit British & World English

Edit (a text or film) again

re-form British & World English

Form or cause to form again

re-mark British & World English

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

re-sign British & World English

Sign (a document) again

re-sort British & World English

Sort (something) again or differently


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