Definition of rededicate in English:

rededicate

Syllabification: re·ded·i·cate
Pronunciation: /ˌrēˈdediˌkāt
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Dedicate again: the cathedral was eventually rededicated in June 1997
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    • Let us rededicate ourselves to global peace, human dignity, and the eradication of injustice that breeds rage and vengeance.
    • I hope that we will now rededicate our lives and our institutions to the search for harmony, peace and tolerance.
    • We could do worse than rededicate ourselves to the observance of fasting and abstinence.

Derivatives

rededication

noun
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  • Finally, Sunday's 10 a.m. program will include worship, rededication of the church and a luncheon.
  • The rededication of the park will take place at a later date.
  • Not for centuries, we were told, have so many temple dedications and rededications been performed.

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