reopen

[ree-oh-puhn]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object)
1.
to open again.
2.
to start again; resume: to reopen an argument; to reopen an attack.

Origin:
1725–35; re- + open

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reopen (riːˈəʊpən)
 
vb
to open or cause to open again

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reopen
1733, from re- "back, again" + open (v.) (q.v.).
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Example sentences for reopened
The remains were discovered when these mines were reopened in modern mining attempts.
The former odeon cinema has recently been reopened as parkway cinema.
Of the casinos that were located in biloxi, eight have reopened since katrina.
At the cessation of hostilities it was reopened as the first imperial war museum.
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