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reinstitute

Syllabification: re·in·sti·tute
Pronunciation: /rēˈinstit(y)o͞ot
 
/

Definition of reinstitute in English:

verb

[with object]
Institute or introduce again: by reinstituting the draft they could alienate a new generation of American youth
More example sentences
  • The international programmes of the Reagan years are also being reinstituted.
  • The U. S. colonial government is trying to reinstitute the death penalty in Puerto Rico.
  • The current surgical procedures for lung transplantation do not reinstitute the systemic circulation of the graft.

Derivatives

reinstitution

1
noun

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