Definition of re-enablement in English:

re-enablement

noun

  • The fact or process of rendering able, competent, or powerful again.

Pronunciation

re-enablement

/riːɪnˈeɪblm(ə)nt/ /riːɛnˈeɪblm(ə)nt/

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Walter Montagu (d. 1677), courtier and abbot of St Martin. From re- + enablement, after re-enable.