vb. To attach again.
Usage examples of "re-attach".
I learned that only the males could move about the colony, and that they did so by first attaching to the substrate with their tongues, which were coated with adhesive material, then detaching at one of their upper plate segments, and finally re-attaching to the colony with the stubby segmented stalks that depended from their bottom plates.
They found the cable attached as they had left it, and, although they were yet nervous from their recent experience, they had no great difficulty in re-attaching it to the bell.
James came up to Erland as he sat, re-attaching his leathers and irons and said, 'Are you mad?
James came up to Erland as he sat, re-attaching his leathers and irons and said, ‘Are you mad?