- establish (something) again or anew
verb: re-establish, 3rd person present: re-establishes, gerund or present participle: re-establishing, past tense: re-established, past participle: re-established
- 1. establish (something) again or anew:
this project will re-establish contact with students
- v.establish (something) again or anew:
- this project will re-establish contact with students
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We also go to re-establish our feelings of essential normality; the horror movie is innately conservative...
...civil offenses. The law enforcement went on a full-scale alert to re-establish a living condition that is safe, secure, and without fear. Finally...