Definition of rededication in English:

rededication

noun

  • See rededicate

    • ‘Finally, Sunday's 10 a.m. program will include worship, rededication of the church and a luncheon.’
    • ‘Not for centuries, we were told, have so many temple dedications and rededications been performed.’
    • ‘But all this wouldn't have been possible if not for his rededication to fitness.’
    • ‘It's going to take a lot of work and rededication, but if I do that, I can still have a couple of good years to close out my career.’
    • ‘The rededication of the park will take place at a later date.’

Pronunciation

rededication

/riːdɛdɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/