reapply (Meaning)

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reapply (v. t. & i.)

To apply again.

reapply Sentence Examples

  1. The paint was peeling, so I had to reapply a new coat.
  2. After washing my hands, I reapplied the sunscreen to protect my skin.
  3. The tattoo artist instructed me to reapply the ointment several times a day.
  4. The moisturizer dried out quickly, so I reapplied it throughout the day.
  5. I reapplied the insect repellent every two hours to stay protected from mosquitoes.
  6. The makeup artist reapplied my lipstick after each meal.
  7. I reapplied the window sealant to prevent leaks during the rainy season.
  8. The doctor recommended reapplying the bandage every 24 hours.
  9. The adhesive tape lost its stickiness, so I had to reapply it.
  10. I reapplied the nail polish after a few days to maintain its glossy finish.

FAQs About the word reapply

To apply again.

devote,apply, address, set (to), settle (down), bend, busy, commit, involve, wear out

play,play, monkey (around), fiddle (around), trifle, dawdle, trifle, idle, fiddle (around), fool around

The paint was peeling, so I had to reapply a new coat.

After washing my hands, I reapplied the sunscreen to protect my skin.

The tattoo artist instructed me to reapply the ointment several times a day.

The moisturizer dried out quickly, so I reapplied it throughout the day.