/ˌri:ə'ʃυə/ verb
1. to make someone calm or less worried
The markets were reassured by the government statement on import controls.
The manager tried to reassure her that she would not lose her job.
2. to reinsure, to spread the risk of an insurance by asking another insurance company to cover part of it and receive part of the premium

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