Definition of recommission in English:

recommission

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • Commission again.

    ‘the council received a proposal to recommission and upgrade the former Norsk Hydro Plant’
    • ‘A whole industry has grown up around recommissioning such systems to restore them to proper order.’
    • ‘It was while standing in the early dawn at the opening ceremony for the recommissioned Matahina Dam on the Rangitikei River in 1998 that the irony first occurred to me.’
    • ‘The two minesweepers became the first two ships of the Fijian Navy and were recommissioned as HMFS Kiro and HMFS Kula.’
    • ‘Yesterday Channel 4 announced it had recommissioned the show for another five years.’
    • ‘With the losses sustained in the civil war, perhaps the Confederates decided to recommission some of their retired ships.’
    • ‘A rare and precious thing, capable of delivering both audiences and kudos in equal measure, the search for prime-time drama that can be happily recommissioned is an obsession of virtually all commissioning editors and broadcasters.’
    • ‘I am genuinely astonished it has been recommissioned.’
    • ‘Other shows are currently in the running to be recommissioned for BBC Three, but are not guaranteed yet.’
    • ‘Another show, ‘The Priory’, has been recommissioned a third time.’
    • ‘I don't rule out the possibility of its return in the future, but I have no plans to recommission it.’
    • ‘‘Last week we had an engineer looking at the costs of recommissioning the dam and the old treatment plant,’ Mr O'Sullivan said.’
    • ‘The Ark Royal is one of three aircraft carriers in the Royal Navy and was recommissioned by the Queen Mother after a £147m refit.’
    • ‘The 1980s series was never recommissioned but it forever warped Gerald's teenage years and shaped those of its other stars.’
    • ‘I would only recommission the programme if that phrase is completely banned.’
    • ‘‘We couldn't get the right mix of funding so we're not in a position to recommission the programme,’ she said.’
    • ‘Finding an old water mill to recommission generally means scouring the listings of rural estate agents and auction houses.’
    • ‘The show, which was not well received, was not recommissioned.’
    • ‘Following a very successful fourth series, this popular Sunday night drama has been recommissioned.’
    • ‘The show has continued to grow with Thomas at the helm, though it is yet to be recommissioned for an eighth series (last year's run gained its biggest audience share so far).’
    • ‘The second lift on the same block with a capacity to carry 13 people up and down at a time is undergoing rapid repair works and will soon be recommissioned.’

Pronunciation

recommission

/riːkəˈmɪʃ(ə)n/