Definitions of "reopen"
  1. Restarting or revisiting something that was previously halted or ended
  2. Continuing the examination or deliberation of a matter that has been concluded
  3. Reexamining or re-hearing a proceeding, mainly to incorporate new evidence
How to use "reopen" in a sentence
  1. The judge decided to reopen the case when new evidence was discovered.
  2. The committee would not agree to reopen the debate on the controversial law.
  3. There was enough suspicion surrounding the verdict to cause the court to reopen the trial.

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