Definition of reconvert in English:

reconvert

verb

[with object]
  • Convert back to a former state.

    ‘she reconverted the basement back into an apartment’
    • ‘The house could be reconverted into a family home or could also be transformed into a large bed and breakfast, of which there are relatively few in this part of Drumcondra.’
    • ‘An amplifier is used to increase the gain of the signal, which is then reconverted into sound energy by a receiver and transmitted into the ear canal by a fine tube held in place by an individually moulded ear piece.’
    • ‘I heard his daughter Charlotte is trying to reconvert the house into a museum - that would be brilliant.’
    • ‘This is stored in the form of glycogen in the liver and muscles for later use as a body fuel, at which time it is reconverted into glucose.’
    • ‘Any hi-fidelity analog signal can be reconverted to digital without copy protection.’
    • ‘This room could be easily reconverted into a dining room, and the addition of double doors would make for an impressive set of interconnecting reception rooms.’
    • ‘Some countries require you to change a stipulated sum of money into local currency each day, but this money cannot be reconverted when you leave.’
    • ‘The new owners may well consider reconverting this floor to accommodate further living accommodation, but as this is a protected structure, they will have to apply for planning permission to do so.’
    • ‘A lot of Victorian and Georgian buildings are being reconverted from apartments into townhouses.’
    • ‘In fact, it was precisely a real engagement in the faith that led me to be reconverted later in my mid-twenties (but that is another story).’
    • ‘Then, too, you have to bring along a good supply of oxygen and reconvert exhaled carbon dioxide to replenish it.’
    • ‘In total this house has six bedrooms - at present one is used as a study area but could easily be reconverted.’
    • ‘The four kingdoms soon relapsed into paganism, and initially only Kent was reconverted.’
    • ‘When all of the sugar is fermented to alcohol and carbon dioxide, and a small amount of oxygen is present, yeast can reconvert some of the ethyl alcohol back to acetaldehyde.’
    • ‘I probably bought at the right time, but in terms of paying for a converted apartment and then reconverting it, I probably didn't make a good investment decision.’
    • ‘He used all this to harangue the sailors and by the time he was done they had been reconverted back to the Allies' cause.’
    • ‘A part of this is now being cleared and reconverted into natural forest.’
    • ‘‘Everyone who expressed an interest in the house intended reconverting it to a family home,’ he said.’
    • ‘He replaced his brother Vladimir Rassate, who was deposed and blinded on the orders of their father Boris I, for his efforts to reconvert the country to paganism.’
    • ‘The new owners may wish to reconvert this space to its original dining function and, given its generous proportions and open fireplace, this would be an attractive dining area.’

Pronunciation

reconvert

/riːkənˈvəːt/