Definition of 'reunion'
Example sentences containing 'Réunion'
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Plans take shape for a family reunion. The Sun (2016)Could you organise a school or university reunion? Times, Sunday Times (2016)A plan for a family reunion is ambitious but you are ready for the challenge. The Sun (2016)Luck is building for an ambitious plan for a family reunion - it takes teamwork and you have a key role to play. The Sun (2016)Music that means a lot to the family signals a reunion. The Sun (2009)We met at a recent reunion party and agreed we miss each other. The Sun (2011)Such informal family reunions had been going on for nearly thirty years. BLOOD AGAINST THE SNOWS: The Tragic Story of Nepal's Royal Dynasty (2002)She goes inside for an emotional reunion with her family. The Sun (2014)Jupiter adds the luck that helps make an ambitious family reunion happen. The Sun (2012)There was a family reunion party and my cousin was there. The Sun (2011)He wants to go to a reunion which is hundreds of miles away. The Sun (2011)Food there is about the family reunion. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Programmes will look at how they became estranged and follow the process of tracing the family through to the emotional reunion. The Sun (2010)We finally met up again at a school reunion in June. The Sun (2008)The group 's reunion prompted a wave of excitement. The Sun (2014)Their 20th anniversary is the perfect reason for a final reunion world tour. The Sun (2015)The Cardiff boss was too poorly to make the reunion with his former club. The Sun (2008)So this is like a school reunion, but on the other side of the world. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That might help to explain this reunion tour after a gap of 16 years. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Only with great people, so not like a high school reunion. Times, Sunday Times (2015)JLS call it a day at the end of the year but hopefully this fundraiser will become an annual reunion. The Sun (2013)It's a day of reunions with people you worked with before and could team up with again in more profitable ways. The Sun (2014)FOR help finding birth parents or adopted relatives, see reunion. The Sun (2008)Instead of waiting, it's time to set up meetings or reunions. The Sun (2011)The Britpop act are jumping on the bandwagon of Nineties group reunions and planning a festival run. The Sun (2010)Reunion: to see the Smiths would be great. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It means the French first lady will miss a reunion with former catwalk chums such as Campbell. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He said: 'I know from experience that the one way to stop people asking about reunions is to do it. The Sun (2012)Under procedures established by her group, the reunions are gradual affairs, the pace set by the grandchild who has discovered his new family. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'reunion'
British English: reunion /riːˈjuːnjən/ NOUN
A reunion is a party or occasion when people who have not seen each other for a long time meet again.
...a family reunion.
- American English: reunion
- Arabic: اِجْتِمَاعُ الشَّمْل
- Brazilian Portuguese: reunião
- Chinese: 重聚
- Croatian: okupljanje
- Czech: sraz setkání po letech
- Danish: genforening
- Dutch: reünie
- European Spanish: reunión ex-alumnos
- Finnish: jälleennäkeminen
- French: retrouvailles
- German: Zusammenkunft
- Greek: επανένωση
- Italian: riunione
- Japanese: 再会
- Korean: 재회
- Norwegian: gjenforening
- Polish: spotkanie zjazd
- European Portuguese: reunião
- Romanian: reuniune
- Russian: воссоединение
- Spanish: reunión
- Swedish: återförening
- Thai: การกลับมารวมกันใหม่
- Turkish: yeniden bir araya gelme
- Ukrainian: зустріч після тривалої розлуки
- Vietnamese: sự đoàn tụ
Definition of reunion from the Collins English Dictionary
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