reheating

[ree-hee-ting]
noun
1.
heating again.
2.
Aeronautics. a process in certain turbojet engines in which gases are expanded by turbines after combustion, burned again in a second chamber, expanded again by additional turbines, and released through the exhaust nozzle.

Origin:
1720–30; re- + heating

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Few see any culinary action more sophisticated than reheating leftovers or
  popping popcorn.
Reheating requires energy input, lowers your energy efficiency.
Or, bake immediately and refrigerate for up to three days before reheating.
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