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What does “re and re” stand for when it comes to warranty

Jan 14, 2008 · Best Answer: Remove and Replace. This can mean either a particular part, or assembly was removed and replaced to access a certain area or component, or that the said part(s) were replaced with new part(s). Hope this helps.

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Definition of re-re – The Online Slang Dictionary

a rejected retard.You Re-Re!. See more words with the same meaning: abbreviations (list of). See more words with the same meaning: unintelligent person, idiot. Last edited on Oct 30 1999. Submitted by Ray from Baltimore, MD, USA on Oct 30 1999.. a retarded person.

Regarding Re: ; what is the correct usage in an email

Whenever I have used Re:, people have told me that Re: is only to be used when replying to an incoming email and shouldn’t be used when starting a new email thread. I remember being taught that Re is an preposition, which means “in the matter of, with reference to.”

Etymology Online indicates that this has been is use as “with reference to” since 1707: “with reference to,” 1707, from L. in
re “in the matter of,” ablative case
of res “matter, thing.” Fowler does object to it , as the Etymology Online page indicates. He also indicates that it’s a popularized technicality from Law , where it is used from the Latin to mean “in the matter of” or “in regard to” . So in general the usage for which you are using it is correct from a grammatical standpoint. That said, common usage is that when “RE:” is the beginning of an email subject line it specifically relates to a reply, and using it otherwise will probably be confusing to email users, many of whom may not be familiar with the term’s history or denotation. It would likely be less confusing if you were to use it in a subject line of an email, but not at the beginning: “My comments re: suitability of
unicorns in marketing materials” instead of “RE: unicorns in marketing”Beste Antwort · 23
RFC 2822 , “Internet Message Format” says, When used in a reply, the field body MAY start with the string “Re: ” (from the Latin “res”, in the matter of) followed by the contents of the “Subject:” field body of the original message. So that’s the official answer. Note that this specifically links “Re” to a reply. I do find the explanation for the origin of the phrase suspicious, for the following reasons: “Subject” already means “in the matter of”, more or less, so the “Re” would be redundant. Internationalized versions of email programs typically translate “Re” to an abbreviation of the translation of “Reply”. Nobody knows that “Re” means “Res”, so it’s useless to try to make your communication dependent on it. The original RFC 822 did not contain the specification of “Re”, although it did show an example using it. RFC 2822 was published in 2001, but clearly “Re” was in wide use throughout the 1990s, with most people not thinking that it meant “Res”. But if you ignore the parenthetical remark in the standard, what is says is correct and actual practice.15Re: 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. But you’re right about the preposition. It does exist and means: with regard to However, in the subject line of an email specifically, nobody would interpret it with this meaning.7“In regards to” is telling you what the subject of the email is. There’s already a label that says “Subject”. Why would you need the extra phrase?2Spammers use it to make you think they are replying to your supposed initial response. I block anyone that uses it to start a new email.0

Hyphens in verb construction containing prefix such as “re”
word choice – “Reschedule to” or “reschedule for

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Difference between Rs and Re | Rs vs Re

Re. denotes a singular value of rupee, while Rs. is used to denote multiple rupees. The terms ‘Rs’ and ‘Re’ are both used to denote the currency, Rupees. Rupee is a currency that is used in many eastern countries.

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The difference between you’re and your (grammar lesson)

You’re and Your Some writers are confused by you’re and your. A mistake involving these constitutes a grammatical howler. You’re You’re is a contraction of you are. It has no other uses. This is a 100% rule. If you cannot expand it to you are in your sentence, then it is wrong.