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verb [transitive] reintroduce pronunciation in American English /ˌriɪntrəˈdus/
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present tense
present participlereintroducing
past tensereintroduced
past participlereintroduced
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  1. 1
    to start using or having something such as a law, system, or benefit again
    Proposals to reintroduce student grants are being considered.
  2. 2
    to return a type of animal or plant to an area where it lived in the past so that it can continue to develop there
    a project to reintroduce the red wolf to its natural habitat

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 reintroduce pronunciation in American English /ˌriɪntrəˈdʌkʃən/ noun [uncountable]


a course of study which is much shorter than a university course and focuses on the skills you need for a job, especially computer-related skills

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an ancient Roman system of underfloor heating, used to heat houses with hot air; from the Latin 'hypocaustum'

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