re·plant / rēˈplant; ˈrē-/ • v. [tr.] plant (a tree or plant that has been dug up) again, esp. when transferring it to a larger pot or new site. ∎ provide (an area) with new plants or trees: 38 percent of ancient woodland has been replanted with conifers. ∎ surgically reattach to the body a part that has been removed or severed.