Definition of rededicate in English:

rededicate

verb

[with object]
  • Dedicate again.

    ‘the cathedral was eventually rededicated in June 1997’
    • ‘The former 41st president of the US was speaking at a special ceremony to rededicate the museum.’
    • ‘Let us rededicate ourselves to global peace, human dignity, and the eradication of injustice that breeds rage and vengeance.’
    • ‘Who could ever have foreseen that one hundred years later, in the year 2003, this church would be rededicated.’
    • ‘Sunday last was a special day in the history of the Easkey parish when St. James's Church was rededicated after major refurbishment.’
    • ‘It's the perfect time to start over, rededicating yourself to adding that magical five portions of fruit and vegetables to your diet each day.’
    • ‘Prince Charles today told of his ‘deep upset’ after vandals desecrated a Bradford war memorial which he had rededicated only months before.’
    • ‘A memorial to men who lost their lives in the Boer War a century ago was rededicated in glorious sunshine in York.’
    • ‘She is due to be rededicated at a ceremony in Plymouth on July 18.’
    • ‘We could do worse than rededicate ourselves to the observance of fasting and abstinence.’
    • ‘These men and women supported the war, maintained their Christian convictions, and rededicated themselves to achieving all the rights and opportunities belonging to American citizens.’
    • ‘Repent if there is anything on your conscience and rededicate yourself to the Lord.’
    • ‘During World War II it was dismantled and stored in order to prevent damage during the construction of the new Citadel, and was rededicated at Greenwich in 1951.’
    • ‘The bells were rededicated after £35,000 worth of safety work was completed following the accident in September 1999.’
    • ‘In accepting their charge to lead the nation, I rededicate myself and all of my colleagues to the service of the Australian people.’
    • ‘He joined the crew of the Ark Royal a little over a year ago, just before the Queen Mother rededicated the ship.’
    • ‘Mr Turner said there were plans to rededicate the garden in the next few months providing security measures were put in place to protect it from more attacks.’
    • ‘The captain of a Royal Navy aircraft carrier rededicated by the Queen Mother spoke yesterday of his admiration for her lifelong support for the service.’
    • ‘A bigger church was built in its place in 1952 and was rededicated as the Little Flower Church.’
    • ‘I hope that we will now rededicate our lives and our institutions to the search for harmony, peace and tolerance.’
    • ‘It is therefore surprising that the good Bishop has now reportedly turned his back on his wife of three months and rededicated his life to the Catholic Church and the celibacy vows.’

Pronunciation

rededicate

/riːˈdɛdɪkeɪt/