Etymology
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reseat (v.)

also re-seat, "to seat again," in any sense, 1630s, from re- "again" + seat (v.). Related: Reseated; reseating.

updated on July 18, 2021

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Definitions of reseat from WordNet

reseat (v.)
provide with a new seat;
reseat the old broken chair
reseat (v.)
provide with new seats;
reseat Carnegie Hall
reseat (v.)
show to a different seat;
The usher insisted on reseating us
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