Definition of relance in US English:

relance

noun

Politics
  • Especially in the context of European politics: a revival or relaunching (of a policy, strategy, etc.); reorientation.

Origin

1960s. From French relance (1953; earlier in sense ‘(in a ball game) action of throwing the ball, offensive move’) from relancer to throw repeatedly, to throw again, to relaunch from re- + lancer.

Pronunciation

relance

/rɪˈlɑːns/