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Meanings of Rebrew:

verb

To brew again.

Meanings of Rebring:

verb

To bring back or again.

Rebroadcast

riːˈbrɔːdkɑːst

Meanings of Rebroadcast:

verb

Broadcast or relay (a programme or signal) again.

Usage examples:

The documentary will be rebroadcast on saturday
noun

A repeated or relayed broadcast.

Usage examples:

Unless it is a rebroadcast, the teacher will only have a very general idea of what the programme is…

Rebroadcasted

riːˈbrɔːdkɑːst

Meanings of Rebroadcasted:

verb

Broadcast or relay (a programme or signal) again.

Usage examples:

The documentary will be rebroadcast on saturday
noun

A repeated or relayed broadcast.

Usage examples:

Unless it is a rebroadcast, the teacher will only have a very general idea of what the programme is…

Meanings of Rebroadcasting:

verb

Broadcast or relay (a programme or signal) again.

Usage examples:

The documentary will be rebroadcast on saturday
noun

A repeated or relayed broadcast.

Usage examples:

Unless it is a rebroadcast, the teacher will only have a very general idea of what the programme is…

Rebroadcasts

riːˈbrɔːdkɑːst

Meanings of Rebroadcasts:

verb

Broadcast or relay (a programme or signal) again.

Usage examples:

The documentary will be rebroadcast on saturday
noun

A repeated or relayed broadcast.

Usage examples:

Unless it is a rebroadcast, the teacher will only have a very general idea of what the programme is…

Meanings of Rebs:

noun

A confederate soldier in the american civil war.

Usage examples:

The end of the rebs and their damned confederacy is forming right here,’ the corporal said, though …

Meanings of Rebubble:

verb

To bubble up again.

Meanings of Rebuckle:

verb

To buckle again.

Meanings of Rebuckling:

verb

To buckle again.

Meanings of Rebud:

verb

To bud again.

Rebuffed

rɪˈbʌf

Meanings of Rebuffed:

verb

Reject (someone or something) in an abrupt or ungracious manner.

Usage examples:

I asked her to be my wife, and was rebuffed in no uncertain terms
noun

An abrupt or ungracious rejection of an offer, request, or friendly gesture.

Usage examples:

His reserve was not intended as a rebuff

Meanings of Rebuffet:

verb

To reject; to hurl back. also without object: to rebound.

Rebuffing

rɪˈbʌf

Meanings of Rebuffing:

verb

Reject (someone or something) in an abrupt or ungracious manner.

Usage examples:

I asked her to be my wife, and was rebuffed in no uncertain terms
noun

An abrupt or ungracious rejection of an offer, request, or friendly gesture.

Usage examples:

His reserve was not intended as a rebuff

Rebuffs

rɪˈbʌf

Meanings of Rebuffs:

verb

Reject (someone or something) in an abrupt or ungracious manner.

Usage examples:

I asked her to be my wife, and was rebuffed in no uncertain terms
noun

An abrupt or ungracious rejection of an offer, request, or friendly gesture.

Usage examples:

His reserve was not intended as a rebuff

Rebuild

ˌriːˈbɪld

Meanings of Rebuild:

verb

Build (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed.

Usage examples:

After the earthquake people set about rebuilding their homes
noun

An instance of rebuilding.

Usage examples:

The trust have recognized the hard work of all who were involved in this daunting rebuild

Meanings of Rebuilding:

verb

Build (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed.

Usage examples:

After the earthquake people set about rebuilding their homes
noun

An instance of rebuilding.

Usage examples:

The trust have recognized the hard work of all who were involved in this daunting rebuild

Rebuilds

ˌriːˈbɪld

Meanings of Rebuilds:

verb

Build (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed.

Usage examples:

After the earthquake people set about rebuilding their homes
noun

An instance of rebuilding.

Usage examples:

The trust have recognized the hard work of all who were involved in this daunting rebuild

Rebuilt

riːˈbɪld

Meanings of Rebuilt:

verb

Build (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed.

Usage examples:

After the earthquake people set about rebuilding their homes
noun

An instance of rebuilding.

Usage examples:

The trust have recognized the hard work of all who were involved in this daunting rebuild

Past simple and past participle of rebuild

Meanings of Rebukable:

adjective

That may be rebuked; deserving of rebuke.

Meanings of Rebuke:

verb

Express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because of their behaviour or actions.

Usage examples:

She had rebuked him for drinking too much
noun

An expression of sharp disapproval or criticism.

Usage examples:

He hadn't meant it as a rebuke, but neil flinched

Rebuked

rɪˈbjuːk

Meanings of Rebuked:

verb

Express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because of their behaviour or actions.

Usage examples:

She had rebuked him for drinking too much
noun

An expression of sharp disapproval or criticism.

Usage examples:

He hadn't meant it as a rebuke, but neil flinched

Meanings of Rebukes:

verb

Express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because of their behaviour or actions.

Usage examples:

She had rebuked him for drinking too much
noun

An expression of sharp disapproval or criticism.

Usage examples:

He hadn't meant it as a rebuke, but neil flinched

Rebuking

rɪˈbjuːk

Meanings of Rebuking:

adjective

Expressing sharp disapproval or criticism.

Usage examples:

He has been praised for raising important issues in a soft manner rather than a rebuking tone
noun

The expression of sharp disapproval or criticism.

verb

Express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because of their behaviour or actions.

Usage examples:

She had rebuked him for drinking too much

Meanings of Rebuoy:

verb

To buoy up again.

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