reunite with

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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Adding another feather to its humanitarian cap, the Dubai Police helped a woman reunite with her daughter after three years of separation.
Sergeant Zahra Abdul Hamid and Hassan Ali Al Baloushi from Naif police station helped her reunite with her daughter within 24 hours.
6 million Midshires aims to reunite with customers in a new campaign.
Keisha makes it her mission to help Topaz rebuild her family and reunite with a lost love.
And there was definitely some interest there to reunite with those guys.
And then we'll make it an illicit love triangle by having the woman reunite with her abusive Australian husband, all for the sake of her two annoying but devoted children
The Missing Years" is clearly an afterthought, a dramatic pause that is more or less the story of one man (Simon Westaway) trying to reunite with the woman he loved and left and the son he never knew, and another (Chamberlain) struggling to stay away from the only woman to come between him and God.