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recommit (ˌriːkəˈmɪt Pronunciation for recommit



-mits, -mitting, -mitted (transitive)
  1. to send (a bill) back to a committee for further consideration
  2. to commit again

Derived Forms

ˌrecomˈmitment, ˌrecomˈmittal noun

Example Sentences Including 'recommit'

"We have to rededicate ourselves and recommit ourselves to the philosophy K. O. wants us to run," Carter said.
Toronto Sun (2003)
Both parties realise it and I think both sides should recommit themselves to finding a way forward.
New Zealand Herald (2003)
Mr Blair will recommit the Government to abolishing child poverty in a generation.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Second, after removing the Taleban and the terrorist cells in Afghanistan, we should recommit to the defeat of Sadam Hussein in Iraq.
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
Some people, though, would rather die than recommit themselves to life.
Manning, Matthew Matthew Manning's Guide to Self-Healing
US commanders were keen for their troops to recommit to'the mission ', but they couldn't provide them with a real mission to fight in.
Spiked (2002)


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