Meaning of reconnection in English:

reconnection

Pronunciation /ˌriːkəˈnɛkʃ(ə)n/

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noun

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‘The company made further contact with the customer and with their agreement arranged for the reconnection to take place tomorrow.’
  • ‘He has described himself as an evangelical Methodist who underwent a reconnection to his faith in the mid-1980s.’
  • ‘The 20-year-old victim's right hand was completely severed and too badly burned to be considered for surgical reconnection.’
  • ‘Older sisters may be particularly accessible and helpful in promoting family reconnections because they are likely to feel so responsible for family well being.’
  • ‘According to Fingerman's research, most parents enjoy greater freedom, a reconnection with their spouses and more time to pursue their own goals and interests once their children leave home.’
  • ‘Their program aims to help couples confront their inhibitions and feelings of anger, anxiety or shame through developing the behaviors and emotions needed for healthy reconnection.’
  • ‘The reconnection of the railway, blown up in the early days of the 1950-53 Korean War, is one of the most visible signs of reconciliation efforts between the two Koreas.’