Definitions for "Reëntrant"
A characteristic of a function which can be called concurrently by multiple threads without mishap.
The attribute of a program or routine that allows the same copy of a program or routine to be used concurrently by two or more tasks.
a small valley running down a hillside. A stream cut into a hillside would create a reentrant-type feature. On a map, the contour lines which describe a reentrant point uphill.
Reëntering; pointing or directed inwardds; as, a re?ntrant angle.
(of angles) pointing inward; "a polygon with re-entrant angles"