back in(to) circulation

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back in(to) circulation

1. Engaging in social activities, typically after an absence. Now that my exams are done, I'm excited to get back in circulation and see my friends again. Jill wants to get back into circulation after her hospital stay.
2. Dating again after the end of a relationship. I hope to spend some time with Matt now that he's single again and back in circulation. She has mourned her husband and is ready to get back into circulation.
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*back in(to) circulation

 
1. Fig. back enjoying one's social contacts; back continuing to make new friends and develop a social life. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) After her illness, Kristine looked forward to getting back into circulation. I want to get back in circulation and have some fun.
2. Fig. becoming available for dating again. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) Now that Fred and Amy are through, Amy is getting back into circulation. Now that you're divorced, are you going to get back into circulation?
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Hemalatha Annamalai, South Chapter Chief, SMEV and CEO & Founder Ampere Electric Vehicle Pvt Ltd said, the survey reflects that the economic growth will return to normal as GST has now been integrated well with the EV companies and currency notes in required quantities have come back into circulation.
Im proud to welcome WhiteRock Pigments to Hancock County and am certainly grateful that the company is bringing the old Alcoa building back into circulation, Rep.
The clean fluid is then put back into circulation, and the contamination is extracted in a form ready for disposal or recycling.
Vets found he had a liver shunt - a rogue blood vessel that diverts blood out of the liver and back into circulation before toxins had been filtered.
Finally, this set brings Rudolf Kempe, a major Wagner conductor whose reputation has dimmed, back into circulation.
So in case Rs 2 to 4 lakh does not come back into circulation it will reduce the liability of the RBI which it can credit the government as a dividend.
Many of those recordings are long deleted and Somm is to be congratulated on getting them back into circulation.
It's not like they are going back into circulation," she said.
Units should have the option to keep the container and use it for another purpose or to put it back into circulation.
Officers will be happy to discuss the individual homeowner's circumstances to ensure an appropriate approach to bringing as many of these homes as possible back into circulation.
The offer of an interview to get his name back into circulation was met with four days of silence.
This happened first when the ordinary plebs got hold of a gold sovereign, scraping off a minute quantity of gold, before putting it back into circulation.
Mold Crown Court heard how many of the coins had not been seized and the majority had been passed back into circulation.
The machine was not subtle enough to pick up counterfeit coins, and regrettably when the company had suspicions the coins had been allowed back into circulation.
According to The Empty Homes Agency there are an estimated 785,708 empty homes in the UK and enough empty commercial property to create 420,000 new homes, so there is a strong incentive to get these dwellings back into circulation.