Definition of retransplant in English:

retransplant

verb

  • with object To transplant (something or someone) again; to remove to another or a previous location; (Medicine) to subject to a second or subsequent transplant.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in John Mills (c1717–a1796), writer on agriculture. From re- + transplant.

Pronunciation

retransplant

/ˌriːtrɑːnsˈplɑːnt//ˌriːtransˈplɑːnt//ˌriːtransˈplant/