Verb(1) join again(2) answer back
(1) He waited for her to go away, expecting her to rejoin her friends.(2) I sighed, letting my finger fall away from his lips and rejoin its companions at their natural resting place at my side.(3) This had healing properties and would allow the skin to rejoin again quicker than usual.(4) They also hear the others calling, so Janet gathers herself together and they go to rejoin the group.(5) He rolled his eyes, walking away to rejoin his friends.(6) Later in the evening the men would rejoin the ladies in the drawing room for conversation and card games and tea would be dispensed.(7) One had to go there, fix one's own drink and rejoin the conversation.(8) The two men walked together to rejoin their wives and the family was complete.(9) Monica left the conversation at that and they went back out to rejoin the even smaller group of people who remained.(10) We will take a break, and Elizabeth Edwards will join us, and then our panel will rejoin us later.(11) the soldiers were returning from leave to rejoin their unit(12) I rejoin him, we do some more together, and we end together.(13) Three hours later, and Nuria had rejoined her companions in the grandstands.(14) ├ö├ç├┐Our species is unable to learn from its mistakes,├ö├ç├û he rejoins , fatalistically, in the last words of his lectures.(15) ├ö├ç├┐Any artist will be the first to tell you, listen, it's my art, it's not my life,├ö├ç├û he rejoins .(16) But she's immediately banked that curious fire, rejoining with a casual, ├ö├ç├┐Oh?├ö├ç├û
(1) rejoin :: 再参加
1. return to ::
2. answer ::
1. ask ::
2. inquire ::
3. question ::
Different Formsrejoin, rejoined, rejoining, rejoins
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