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reimpose (v.)

also re-impose, "to impose again or anew," 1610s, from French reimposer or formed in English from re- "back, again" + impose (v.). Related: Reimposed; reimposing; reimposition.

updated on June 21, 2021

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Definitions of reimpose from WordNet

reimpose (v.)
impose anew;
The fine was reimposed
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