Definition of reconvert in English:

reconvert

Line breaks: re|con¦vert
Pronunciation: /riːkənˈvəːt
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Convert back to a former state: she reconverted the basement back into an apartment
    More example sentences
    • I probably bought at the right time, but in terms of paying for a converted apartment and then reconverting it, I probably didn't make a good investment decision.
    • A lot of Victorian and Georgian buildings are being reconverted from apartments into townhouses.
    • In fact, it was precisely a real engagement in the faith that led me to be reconverted later in my mid-twenties (but that is another story).

Derivatives

reconversion

noun
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  • With the end of hostilities, and postwar reconversion of industry imminent, business and industrial interests launched a concerted, and largely successful, campaign to kill price and rent controls.
  • Currently trading as a B&B, reconversion to residential use would be easy.
  • The following June, Nelson's premature plans for reconversion to a civilian economy were so strongly opposed by the services that he was forced to resign and was replaced by Julius A. Krug in September 1944.

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