Definition of readoption in English:

readoption

noun

See readopt

‘Its readoption is in no way a foregone conclusion.’
  • ‘Eventually some of them would be used as sites for cathedrals and monasteries, but this seems to be more a matter of readoption than of any genuine continuity.’
  • ‘Also remaining to be achieved is the readoption by the college of policies on academic freedom, tenure, and due process that are in essential conformity with Association-supported standards.’
  • ‘Finding a majority of republicans among the Australian population is one thing, but finding a majority prepared to work for readoption of the republic into the government's program is another.’
  • ‘This collegial executive system would last until 1966 when economic decline and social unrest led to the readoption of a unipersonal presidency.’