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Meanings of Rehinging:

verb

To provide with new hinges; (in early use figurative) to put back in order or into proper condition.

Rehired

ˌriːˈhaɪər

Meanings of Rehired:

verb

Hire (a former employee) again.

Usage examples:

The company dismissed its workers and rehired them on a lower rate

Meanings of Rehires:

verb

Hire (a former employee) again.

Usage examples:

The company dismissed its workers and rehired them on a lower rate

Meanings of Rehiring:

verb

Hire (a former employee) again.

Usage examples:

The company dismissed its workers and rehired them on a lower rate

Rehoboam

ˌriːəˈbəʊəm

Meanings of Rehoboam:

noun

A wine bottle of about six times the standard size.

proper noun

Son of solomon, king of ancient israel c.930–c.915 bc. his reign witnessed the secession of the northern tribes and their establishment of a new kingdom under jeroboam, leaving rehoboam as the first king of judah (1 kings 11–14).

Meanings of Rehoboth:

noun

= rehoboth baster .

Meanings of Rehoist:

verb

To hoist again; to hoist back up.

Meanings of Rehonor:

verb

Originally: †to honour in return (obsolete). later: to give renewed honour to.

Meanings of Rehonour:

verb

Originally: †to honour in return (obsolete). later: to give renewed honour to.

Meanings of Rehospitalization:

noun

Readmission to hospital.

Rehospitalize

ˌriːˈhɒs.pɪ.təl.aɪz

Meanings of Rehospitalize:

verb

To take someone back to stay in hospital again after they have been treated and have left

Usage examples:

Her condition soon became worse again and she had to be rehospitalized., he was re-hospitalised aft…

Rehospitalized

ˌriːˈhɒs.pɪ.təl.aɪz

Meanings of Rehospitalized:

verb

To take someone back to stay in hospital again after they have been treated and have left

Usage examples:

Her condition soon became worse again and she had to be rehospitalized., he was re-hospitalised aft…

Rehospitalizing

ˌriːˈhɒs.pɪ.təl.aɪz

Meanings of Rehospitalizing:

verb

To take someone back to stay in hospital again after they have been treated and have left

Usage examples:

Her condition soon became worse again and she had to be rehospitalized., he was re-hospitalised aft…

Rehouse

ˌriːˈhaʊz

Meanings of Rehouse:

verb

Provide (someone) with new housing.

Usage examples:

Tenants will be rehoused in hotels until their homes are habitable

Rehoused

ˌriːˈhaʊz

Meanings of Rehoused:

verb

Provide (someone) with new housing.

Usage examples:

Tenants will be rehoused in hotels until their homes are habitable

Rehouses

ˌriːˈhaʊz

Meanings of Rehouses:

verb

Provide (someone) with new housing.

Usage examples:

Tenants will be rehoused in hotels until their homes are habitable

Rehousing

riːˈhaʊz

Meanings of Rehousing:

verb

Provide (someone) with new housing.

Usage examples:

Tenants will be rehoused in hotels until their homes are habitable

Rehumanize

ˌriːˈhjuː.mə.naɪz

Meanings of Rehumanize:

verb

To humanize again, especially to restore the humanity of.

Meanings of Rehumanized:

verb

To humanize again, especially to restore the humanity of.

Rehumanizing

ˌriːˈhjuː.mə.naɪz

Meanings of Rehumanizing:

verb

To humanize again, especially to restore the humanity of.

Meanings of Rehumble:

verb

To humble again; (in early use) especially †to reduce again to a humble state (obsolete).

Meanings of Rehumiliation:

noun

Further or renewed humiliation.

Meanings of Rehung:

verb

Hang (something) again or differently.

Usage examples:

He helped me rehang the curtain
noun

An act of rehanging works of art in a gallery.

Usage examples:

The national gallery's rehang of its nineteenth-century collection

Meanings of Rehybridize:

verb

To hybridize again.

Rehydrate

ˌriː.haɪ.ˈdreɪt

Meanings of Rehydrate:

verb

Absorb or cause to absorb moisture after dehydration.

Usage examples:

Cubes of dried food which rehydrated in the mouth

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