Definition of recommitment in English:

recommitment

noun

See recommit

‘If we keep faith with Martin's teachings and join together with an energised recommitment to create the beloved community, we will one day be celebrating his vision as a glorious reality.’
  • ‘Just a few days ago, there was a meeting of the main donors here in New York at the United Nations, and it was a real strong recommitment.’
  • ‘His recommitment to Jesus as Lord of his life two years ago gave him hope and joy.’
  • ‘The statement, cosigned by Roman Catholic and evangelical leaders, expressed dismay over rising divorce rates and pledged a recommitment to strengthening traditional marriage.’
  • ‘But if change is the theme of this month's issue, then recommitment to core principles and fundamental purpose is the higher message of this letter.’

Pronunciation

recommitment

/ˌrēkəˈmitmənt/ /ˌrikəˈmɪtmənt/