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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreissuere‧is‧sue /ˌriːˈɪʃuː, -ˈɪsjuː $ -ˈɪʃuː/ verb [transitive]  TCAMto produce a record, book etc again, after it has not been available for some time an early jazz record reissued on CDreissue noun [countable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
reissueThe govern-ment demanded satisfaction, and it was reissued.A.. You might be able to get your ticket reissued at the lower price.The series has been widely welcomed and used, and a number of its volumes are being reissued in a different format.The Collins Garden Guides, 24 titles in all, are reissued in March at £3.99.If, as I hope, the book is soon reissued in paperback, the author might consider three small improvements.As a result Ferranti had to write off £215million, reissue its annual report and negotiate financial support from its bankers.Collins' recordings are being reissued on CD.Atmel said it had no plans for the shares beyond reissuing them for employee stock plans.