reinstall


reinstall

verb (used with object)

  1. to place in position or connect for service or use: to install a heating system; to install software on a computer.
  2. to establish in an office, position, or place: to install oneself in new quarters.
  3. to induct into an office or the like with ceremonies or formalities.

verb -stalls, -stalling, -stalled, -stals, -stalling or -stalled (tr)

  1. to put in place and connect (machinery, equipment, etc) again
  2. to install (computer software) again, usually to solve a technical problem
  3. to put (someone) back in a position, rank, etcTrinidad reinstalled him against Honduras

verb -stalls, -stalling, -stalled, -stals, -stalling or -stalled (tr)

  1. to place (machinery, equipment, etc) in position and connect and adjust for use
  2. to transfer (computer software) from a distribution file to a permanent location on disk, and prepare it for its particular environment and application
  3. to put in a position, rank, etc
  4. to settle (a person, esp oneself) in a position or stateshe installed herself in an armchair
v.

also re-install, 1590s, from re- + install. Related: Re-installed; re-installing.

v.

early 15c., “place in (ecclesiastical) office by seating in an official stall,” from Medieval Latin installare, from Latin in- “in” (see in- (2)) + Medieval Latin stallum “stall,” from a Germanic source (cf. Old High German stal “standing place;” see stall (n.1)). Related: Installed; installing.

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