English version

re-entry

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishre-entryre-en‧try /riˈentri/ noun (plural re-entries) [countable, uncountable]  1 ENTERwhen someone starts being involved in something again or enters a place againre-entry into America’s successful re-entry into the Japanese auto market2 when a spacecraft enters the Earth’s atmosphere again The satellite burned up on re-entry.re-enter verb [intransitive, transitive]
Examples from the Corpus
re-entryIf there was a re-entry in the present case, it was not effected by the changing of the lock.Beneath them the underside of the command module comprised a specially designed shield that protected them from the heat of re-entry.Even the government's re-entry into the gilts market as public borrowing has risen is seen as a sign of hope.The shuttle made a successful re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere.
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