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Reinforce vs. Reenforce

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  • Reinforce (verb)

    To strengthen, especially by addition or augmentation.

    "He reinforced the handle with a metal rod and a bit of tape."

  • Reinforce (verb)

    To emphasize or review.

    "The right homework will reinforce and complement the lesson!"

  • Reinforce (verb)

    To encourage (a behavior or idea) through repeated stimulus.

    "Advertising for fast food can reinforce unhealthy dietary tendencies."

  • Reenforce (verb)

    alternative spelling of re-enforce

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Oxford Dictionary
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  • Reinforce

    See Reënforce, v. t.

  • Reinforce (noun)

    See Reënforce, n.

  • Reenforce

    To strengthen with new force, assistance, material, or support; as, to reënforce an argument; to reënforce a garment;

  • Reenforce

    To increase the likelihood that (a specific behavior) will be repeated by giving a reward or punishment to a person or animal; as, to reenforce the students' willingness to study by giving awards for good grades.

  • Reenforce (noun)

    Something which reënforces or strengthens.

Webster Dictionary
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  • Reinforce (verb)

    make stronger;

    "he reinforced the concrete"

  • Reinforce (verb)

    strengthen and support with rewards;

    "Let's reinforce good behavior"

  • Reenforce (verb)

    make stronger;

    "he reinforced the concrete"

Princeton's WordNet

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