reunite with (someone or something)

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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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References in classic literature ?
"In order to see the queen," said Aramis, "we must first see the cardinal; and when we have seen the cardinal -- remember what I tell you, Athos -- we shall be reunited to our friends, but not in the way you wish.
Rescued from death in the Arctic wastes, and reunited to a beautiful wife, the lieutenant looked, nevertheless, unaccountably anxious and depressed.
"Whilst it's sad, I believe it's time to move on and put Friends Reunited to bed," he said.
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The UK's Competition Commission said on Thursday that it has granted provisional clearance to UK broadcaster ITV plc (LSE:ITV) for its planned sale of social networking site Friends Reunited to Brightsolid Group Ltd, a subsidiary of Scottish publishing group DC Thomson.
Adding Friends Reunited to its own roster of websites will make ITV.com the eighth largest online presence in the UK.