reenter

[ree-en-ter]
verb (used with object)
1.
to enter again: The guests reentered the reception room after dinner.
2.
to participate in once more; resume: to reenter politics after a long absence; mothers reentering the work force after their children are grown.
3.
to record again, as in a list or account.
verb (used without object)
4.
to enter again: The butler exits and reenters at stage left.
Also, re-enter.


Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English; see re-, enter

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Poorly paid and abused adjunct faculty should quit their jobs and reenter the
  labor market.
One may be tempted to go behind the given and invent something better, to
  attempt to reenter life at a more advantageous point.
The fillet ties the existing shoulder into the resurfaced roadway and allows a
  vehicle to reenter the roadway safely.
The stairwells will always be accessible as the means to exit the building, but
  cannot be used by the occupants to reenter.
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