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intr. & tr.v. re·con·vert·ed, re·con·vert·ing, re·con·verts
To undergo or cause to undergo conversion to a previous state or condition.
re′con·ver′sion (-vûr′zhən, -shən) n.
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1. to change (something) back to a previous state or form
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) to bring (someone) back to his or her former religion
3. (Law) property law to convert back (property previously converted) into its original form, as land into money and vice versa. See also conversion5
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Past participle: reconverted
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|Verb||1.||reconvert - convert back; "Hollywood is reconverting old films"|
convert - change the nature, purpose, or function of something; "convert lead into gold"; "convert hotels into jails"; "convert slaves to laborers"
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