Definition of re-return in US English:

re-return

verb

rare
  • 1no object To return again.

  • 2with object To return (something) again; to give (something returned) back to the returner.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in William Rowley (?1585–1626), actor and playwright. From re- + return.

Pronunciation

re-return

/ˌriːrɪˈtəːn/