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re-enlist
American English: /ˌriənˈlɪst/
British English: /riːɪnˈlɪst/

Translation of re-enlist in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • When the war in Korea started two weeks later, I re-enlisted for Infantry OCS and was commissioned.
    • After a three-year absence after Vietnam, WO2 Halvorsen re-enlisted and joined Intelligence Corps, retiring from full-time service in 1991.
    • Another factor that Army Reserve officials believe is affecting re-enlistments is the tighter window for Army Reserve Soldiers to decide to re-enlist.

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