It means that you voluntarily dismissed the case and the dismissal was not with prejudice. That means the suit can be refiled. It would be a new case with a new case number and you will have to pay the filing fee and the fee to serve the complaint again. I would note hat you should consider hiring a lawyer. A lawyer would attend and schedule court proceedings to eliminate scheduling conflicts.
It means that your suit was dismissed WITHOUT prejudice, as opposed to WITH prejudice [in which case you suit would be dead]
You likely did not plead the elements of a breact of contract properly--did not allege specific fact in support of offer, acceptance & consideration.
I'd advise you to be cautious--if you continue to make these mistakes the Court can strike and dismiss with prejudice, even if you may hypothetically have a viable lawsuit.
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