Definition of 'reappear'
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Somebody you did not expect to meet again reappears with plans to share. The Sun (2011)He stepped down last summer after the disease reappeared. The Sun (2014)First year students usually reappear after two minutes to tell me he gets headaches. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And each time he reappeared his paws seemed to have picked up more mess. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)Bear disappeared over a ridge and did not reappear for some time and then only at a distance. A Plague of Angels (1993)As he watched a figure of a man shadowed the square and then moved out of sight to reappear again shortly. THE WOLF AND THE DOVEIt then reappeared from time to time for more than 300 years. The Sun (2014)Its appearance can be temporarily improved by aggressive massage to disperse the fat, but it generally reappears soon after. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But last month the character reappeared, after the charity he works for opened a local shelter for the homeless. The Sun (2011)It wings away rapidly making a shrill triple call, but will often reappear suddenly and land where it took off from. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is time for Cook the bona fide Test match opener to reappear once again. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The next Friday the man reappears, this time closer. The Sun (2016)There are many such recurring motifs, simply, objectively introduced but gaining significance each time they reappear. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Most fictional time machines disappear in one time and reappear in another, but real time machines use the strange effects of relativity on time and space. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Chambers has been back in the news this week with talk of a return to the sport, two years after he first reappeared from his drugs ban. Times, Sunday Times (2008)By the time my nurse reappeared, I was feeling miraculously chipper. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'reappear'
British English: reappear VERB
When people or things reappear, they return again after they have been away or out of sight for some time.
Thirty seconds later she reappeared and beckoned them forward.
Definition of reappear from the Collins English Dictionary
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