re·heat • v. / rēˈhēt/ [tr.] heat (something, esp. cooked food) again. • n. / ˈrēhēt/ the process of using the hot exhaust to burn extra fuel in a jet engine and produce extra power. ∎ an afterburner. DERIVATIVES: re·heat·er n.
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