Definition of 'reintroduce'

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She should gradually reintroduce herself into the setting during these bonding times but avoid getting involved directly. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Having exercised in isolation for weeks, the horse was gradually reintroduced to the string. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Leave it four or five days to recover then reintroduce other foods, one at a time. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If they disappear, you need to reintroduce these foods to see if symptoms are triggered again. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Foods are then reintroduced one at a time, with each meal consisting of one food only. Whiteside, Dr Mike Banish Headaches -how to obtain fast, drug-free relief from headache (1990)The object of fear is then gradually reintroduced in small, manageable steps - a process known as exposure. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I tried an eight-week detox, which cut out all food groups and reintroduced them gradually. The Sun (2013)After three months, I slowly reintroduced food. The Sun (2013)I'll gradually reintroduce coffee and tea, but try to keep some of the diet a while longer. Times, Sunday Times (2011)

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