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reopen

  
a       vt  
1      [+shop, theatre, border, route]   volver a abrir, reabrir
2      [+negotiations, relations, investigation, debate]   reanudar  
to reopen a case      [police]   reabrir un caso  
[prosecutor, judge]   revisar un proceso  
to reopen old wounds      reabrir viejas heridas  
b       vi  
[shop, theatre]  
volverse a abrir  
[negotiations]  
reanudarse  
school reopens on the 8th      el nuevo curso comienza el día 8  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
revisar un proceso
exp.
reabrir un caso
exp.
reabrir viejas heridas
exp.
el nuevo curso comienza el día 8
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'reopen' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
the warehouse will reopen in September
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"reopen": examples and translations in context
Marty's ex-wife is threatening to reopen their divorce. La ex-mujer de Marty está amenazando con reabrir el caso de su divorcio.
This forced the authorities to reopen the expropriation procedure. Esto obligó a las autoridades a reabrir el procedimiento de expropiación.
You should reopen the fighting pits. Deberíais volver a abrir las arenas de combate.
In all cases involving informal letters, the Commission reserves the right to reopen the file. En todos los casos resueltos mediante cartas administrativas, la Comisión se reserva el derecho a volver a abrir el expediente.
I have no desire to reopen our acquaintance. No tengo ningún deseo de reanudar nuestra amistad.
The opportunity to reopen the battle may soon reappear. La posibilidad de reabrir la batalla puede volver a aparecer pronto.
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