reunite


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reunite with (someone or something)

1. To come together with someone again. He reunited with is old business partner to set up a new company. I managed to reunite with the first girl I ever loved after nearly 30 years apart.
2. To bring someone or something together with someone or something else. Police managed to reunite the missing girl with her family after nearly a week of searching. The collector finally reunited the last piece of the rare collection with the rest of the set.
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reunite someone or something with someone or something

to bring someone or something together with someone or something. Mary was pleased to reunite Sally with her sister. I reunited the lost cat with its owner.
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Last week the banking industry launched a website to help reunite people with money in dor mant accounts.
We always hope to reunite any dog we find with their rightful owner, and we are sure this new website will speed the process up.
Reunite and Ouija Board are two of 13 possibles for the Group One contest, headed by last year's winner, Alexander Goldrun.
Reunite strongly advises any parent who fears their child may be abducted to take preventative steps.
And at Christmas two years ago, the Chronicle provided the venue for a North East mum and daughter to reunite after 36 years.