|Origin:||inforce (14-17 centuries), from enforce|
re‧in‧force W3 [transitive]
to give support to an opinion, idea, or feeling, and make it stronger:
The film reinforces the idea that women should be pretty and dumb.
to make part of a building, structure, piece of clothing etc stronger
to make a group of people, especially an army, stronger by adding people, equipment etc