Definition of reincorporate in English:

reincorporate

Syllabification: re·in·cor·po·rate
Pronunciation: /ˌrēinˈkôrpərāt
 
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verb

[with object]
Make (something) a part of something else once more: a campaign to reincorporate the visual arts into religious devotion
More example sentences
  • Once you start to reincorporate the food back into your diet you will be able to tell if your body is responding negatively.
  • The Red Army retook the Baltics in 1944, and reincorporated them into the Soviet Union.
  • He then ploughs down the clover and other crop residues, reincorporating them back into the soil.

Derivatives

reincorporation

Pronunciation: /ˌrē-inˌkôrpəˈrāSHən/
noun
More example sentences
  • The union has filed a brief supporting an August 2002 shareholders class-action suit against the company; the suit is seeking an injunction to stop reincorporation and damages for breach of ‘loyalty, care and candor.’
  • The reincorporation of the South into mainstream American culture is making us a bit more Southern.
  • The reincorporation puts us in an even better position to do what we do best - deliver quality news and entertainment to millions of people around the world every day of the year.

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