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Meaning of “reissue” in the English Dictionary

(Definition of reissue from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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reissueverb [T]

 us   /riˈɪʃ·u/
to ​print or ​produce again: The ​recording was reissued on CD.
(Definition of reissue from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"reissue" in Business English

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reissueverb [T]

(also re-issue) uk   us   /ˌriːˈɪʃuː/
to ​produce something again or to make it ​available again: All her ​books have been reissued in ​electronicformat. They were ​forced to reissue their statement with the new ​figures.
STOCK MARKET, FINANCE to ​offer the same ​shares or other ​financialproducts for ​sale again: They are reissuing the ​shares at a ​discount.
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reissuenoun

(also re-issue) uk   us   /ˌriːˈɪʃuː/
[C or U] the ​act of ​producing something or making something ​available again, or the ​product that is ​produced or made ​available again: The company's ​policy from the ​start was to make new recordings rather than ​market re-issues. the reissue of five of Hitchcock's most famous films
[C] STOCK MARKET, FINANCE a particular ​number of ​sharesoffered for ​sale again: The ​share reissue was ​reduced by $50 million.
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(Definition of reissue from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “reissue”
in Chinese (Simplified) 重印, 重新发行, 再版…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重印, 重新發行, 再版…
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