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verb [transitive] rejoin pronunciation in British English /ˌriːˈdʒɔɪn/
Word Forms
present tense
present participlerejoining
past tenserejoined
past participlerejoined
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  1. 1
    to return to a group of people who you were with before
    After a short break, she rejoined her colleagues in the meeting room.
  2. 3
     rejoin pronunciation in British English /rɪˈdʒɔɪn/ formal to reply quickly to something that has been said
  3. 4
    to join a road or race again after you have left it for a while
    You can take the back roads through the mountains and then rejoin the motorway later.


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