transitive verbre·con·firmed, re·con·firm·ing, re·con·firms
To confirm again, especially to establish or support more firmly: reconfirmed the reservations.
(third-person singular simple present reconfirms, present participle reconfirming, simple past and past participle reconfirmed)
- To confirm again; to establish more firmly
- (aviation, travel, dated) To advise an airline of your intention to use a reservation, or risk cancellation.