re·join1 / rēˈjoin; ˈrē-/ • v. [tr.] join together again; reunite: the stone had been cracked and crudely rejoined. ∎ return to (a companion, organization, or route that one has left): the soldiers were returning from leave to rejoin their unit.re·join2 / riˈjoin/ • v. say something in answer to a remark, typically rudely or in a discouraging manner: Harry said that he longed for a bath and soft towels, to which his father rejoined that he was a gross materialist.
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