Definition of re-establishment in English:

re-establishment

Pronunciation /ˌriːɛˈstablɪʃm(ə)nt//ˌriːɪˈstablɪʃm(ə)nt/

noun

mass noun
  • The action of establishing something again or anew.

    ‘telephone conversations facilitated the re-establishment of family connections’
    • ‘The reestablishment of monasteries is proceeding at a rapid pace.’
    • ‘Forgiving means a reestablishment of trust leading to reconciliation.’
    • ‘He argued intensely for the reestablishment of a National Bank.’
    • ‘The referendum failed, with only 30% of the population favouring the reestablishment of the monarchy.’
    • ‘Recovery plans called for the reestablishment of crucial nesting habitat.’
    • ‘An important part of treating atopic eczema is reestablishment of the protective barrier of the skin.’
    • ‘Reestablishment of scrub vegetation on phosphate mines has been attempted with varying success.’
    • ‘The company's fundraising goal is $4 million for the reestablishment of the performing troupe.’
    • ‘Russia defeated the Ottomans in 1878, leading to the reestablishment of a Bulgarian state.’
    • ‘Live oak reestablished in 19th century agricultural fields on Cumberland Island, but saw palmetto reestablishment was limited.’

Pronunciation

re-establishment

/ˌriːɛˈstablɪʃm(ə)nt//ˌriːɪˈstablɪʃm(ə)nt/