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Re or RE may refer to: Contents. 1 Arts and entertainment. 1.1 Films; 1.2 Music. 1.2.1 Albums. 1.3 Other uses in music. 2 Geography; 3 People; 4 Other uses ...

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In modern English the tendency is for words formed with prefixes such as re- to be unhyphenated: restore, remain, reacquaint. One general exception to this is ...

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Definition of re - in the matter of (used typically as the first word in the heading of an official document or to introduce a reference in a formal.

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Re definition is - the second note of the major scale in solfège. How to use re in a sentence.

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Re definition, the syllable used for the second tone of a diatonic scale. See more.

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re meaning: 1. (especially in business letters) about; on the subject of: 2. used in the subject line of an email when it is a reply to another email, followed by the ...

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Re- definition, a prefix, occurring originally in loanwords from Latin, used with the meaning “again” or “again and again” to indicate repetition, or with the ...

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About, concerning, in the matter of, regarding, with regard to. Phrase used in formal documents to indicate the subject matter. Short form of 'in re,' Latin for in ...

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Re is an interjection commonly used in the greek language but also used in tha Balkans. It is used in speech to gain someone's attention, add emphasis, insult, ...