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reopen (v.)

also re-open, 1733, transitive, "open (a theater, a question, etc.) again," from re- "again" + open (v.). Intransitive sense of "open anew" is by 1830. Related: Reopened; reopening.

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Definitions of reopen

reopen (v.)
open again or anew;
They reopened the theater
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