Definition of resite in English:

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Pronunciation: /riːˈsʌɪt/

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[with object]
Place or situate in a different place: they want the statue to be resited in the national headquarters
More example sentences
  • Nothing, apart from maintenance, has been done to it and plans to resite the club to different sites have come to nothing.
  • But resiting the competition locations and moving all the boats to their new starting point 10 days before the event proved to be a logistical nightmare.
  • It would seem quite feasible for this development to be resited within the approved boundary.

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