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Reckonings

ˈrek.ən.ɪŋ

Meanings of Reckonings:

noun

The action or process of calculating or estimating something.

Usage examples:

The sixth, or by another reckoning eleventh, earl of mar

Reckons

ˈrek.ən

Meanings of Reckons:

verb

Establish by calculation.

Usage examples:

His debts were reckoned at £300,000

Meanings of Recks:

verb

Pay heed to something.

Usage examples:

Ye reck not of lands or goods

Reclad

ˌriːˈklæd

Meanings of Reclad:

verb

To cover the surface of something again for a second, third, etc. time, to protect it

Usage examples:

They will use standard materials to reinforce existing buildings, and re-clad where necessary., unf…

Reclaim

rɪˈkleɪm

Meanings of Reclaim:

verb

Retrieve or recover (something previously lost, given, or paid); obtain the return of.

Usage examples:

You can reclaim £25 of the £435 deducted
noun

The action or process of reclaiming or being reclaimed.

Usage examples:

Vat reclaim

Meanings of Reclaimant:

noun

A person or thing that reclaims, especially a person who claims something back by legal means.

Reclaimed

rɪˈkleɪm

Meanings of Reclaimed:

verb

Retrieve or recover (something previously lost, given, or paid); obtain the return of.

Usage examples:

You can reclaim £25 of the £435 deducted
adjective

(of wasteland or land formerly under water) made suitable for cultivation.

Usage examples:

A vast area of reclaimed land

Reclaiming

rɪˈkleɪm

Meanings of Reclaiming:

verb

Retrieve or recover (something previously lost, given, or paid); obtain the return of.

Usage examples:

You can reclaim £25 of the £435 deducted
noun

The action or process of reclaiming or being reclaimed.

Usage examples:

Vat reclaim

Reclaims

rɪˈkleɪm

Meanings of Reclaims:

verb

Retrieve or recover (something previously lost, given, or paid); obtain the return of.

Usage examples:

You can reclaim £25 of the £435 deducted
noun

The action or process of reclaiming or being reclaimed.

Usage examples:

Vat reclaim

Meanings of Reclamation:

noun

The process of claiming something back or of reasserting a right.

Usage examples:

The reclamation of our shared history

Meanings of Reclang:

verb

To resound; to make or give off a clanging noise again.

Meanings of Reclasp:

verb

To clasp or hold tightly with one's hand or in one's arms, etc., for a second or subsequent time.

Meanings of Reclasped:

verb

To clasp or hold tightly with one's hand or in one's arms, etc., for a second or subsequent time.

Meanings of Reclasping:

verb

To clasp or hold tightly with one's hand or in one's arms, etc., for a second or subsequent time.

Meanings of Reclasps:

verb

To clasp or hold tightly with one's hand or in one's arms, etc., for a second or subsequent time.

Meanings of Reclass:

verb

To classify again; to place in a new or different class.

Reclassification

ˌriː.klæs.ɪ.fɪˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Reclassification:

noun

Assignment to a different class or category.

Usage examples:

The report recommended the reclassification of cannabis

Reclassified

ˌriːˈklæs.ɪ.faɪ

Meanings of Reclassified:

verb

Assign to a different class or category.

Usage examples:

What was previously tax relief may be reclassified as government expenditure

Reclassifies

ˌriːˈklæs.ɪ.faɪ

Meanings of Reclassifies:

verb

Assign to a different class or category.

Usage examples:

What was previously tax relief may be reclassified as government expenditure

Reclassify

ˌriːˈklæs.ɪ.faɪ

Meanings of Reclassify:

verb

Assign to a different class or category.

Usage examples:

What was previously tax relief may be reclassified as government expenditure

Reclassifying

ˌriːˈklæs.ɪ.faɪ

Meanings of Reclassifying:

verb

Assign to a different class or category.

Usage examples:

What was previously tax relief may be reclassified as government expenditure

Meanings of Reclear:

verb

To clear again; to free or rid (a place) of something undesirable, so as to leave it clear again.

Meanings of Reclimb:

verb

To climb again.

Meanings of Reclimbed:

verb

To climb again.

Meanings of Reclimbing:

verb

To climb again.

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