Does reimagine have a hyphen?
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Likewise, is there a hyphen in reevaluate?
Usually, the prefix goes directly on the front of the word without a hyphen: subheading, antiwar, unaffiliated, intranet. Second, you need a hyphen to avoid creating a double i or a double a: anti-insect, ultra-active. (But a double e or double o is ok: reevaluate, cooperate.)
Subsequently, question is, does retest have a hyphen? In many of the cases, the resulting verb either does not appear in the dictionary at all, with or without the hyphen; or it does appear, but does not contain the hyphen. "Re-tested" — I could find a few dictionaries that give the infinitive "retest", but none that specify "re-tested" as a conjugation.
Herein, what does it mean to reimagine something?
transitive verb. : to imagine again or anew especially : to form a new conception of : re-create.
How do you use re?
Re: in the subject line of an email means "reply" or "response". Always. So in this context don't use it when you mean "regarding", but when you're replying to an email. Most email applications will add Re: to the subject automatically for you when you click the Reply button.