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Rehabilitated

ˌriː.həˈbɪl.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Rehabilitated:

verb

Restore (someone) to health or normal life by training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness.

Usage examples:

Helping to rehabilitate former criminals

Rehabilitates

ˌriː.həˈbɪl.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Rehabilitates:

verb

Restore (someone) to health or normal life by training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness.

Usage examples:

Helping to rehabilitate former criminals

Rehabilitating

ˌriː.həˈbɪl.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Rehabilitating:

verb

Restore (someone) to health or normal life by training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness.

Usage examples:

Helping to rehabilitate former criminals

Rehabilitation

ˌriː.həˌbɪl.ɪˈteɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Rehabilitation:

noun

The action of restoring someone to health or normal life through training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness.

Usage examples:

She underwent rehabilitation and was walking within three weeks

Meanings of Rehabilitations:

noun

The action of restoring someone to health or normal life through training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness.

Usage examples:

She underwent rehabilitation and was walking within three weeks

Meanings of Rehabilitee:

noun

A person who is undergoing rehabilitation; especially a person who is being restored to normal life through training, therapy, etc.

Meanings of Rehair:

verb

To fit new hairs to (the bow of a stringed instrument).

Meanings of Rehallow:

verb

To sanctify or consecrate again; to resanctify, reconsecrate.

Meanings of Rehammer:

verb

To hammer again.

Meanings of Rehammered:

verb

To hammer again.

Meanings of Rehammering:

verb

To hammer again.

Meanings of Rehammers:

verb

To hammer again.

Meanings of Rehandle:

verb

Handle or treat (something) again or differently.

Usage examples:

Rehandling the old themes of oedipus and agamemnon

Rehandled

riːˈhand(ə)l

Meanings of Rehandled:

verb

Handle or treat (something) again or differently.

Usage examples:

Rehandling the old themes of oedipus and agamemnon

Rehandles

riːˈhand(ə)l

Meanings of Rehandles:

verb

Handle or treat (something) again or differently.

Usage examples:

Rehandling the old themes of oedipus and agamemnon

Rehandling

riːˈhand(ə)l

Meanings of Rehandling:

verb

Handle or treat (something) again or differently.

Usage examples:

Rehandling the old themes of oedipus and agamemnon

Rehang

ˌriːˈhæŋ

Meanings of Rehang:

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 Rehanging:

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

Rehangs

ˌriːˈhæŋ

Meanings of Rehangs:

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 Reharden:

verb

To make hard again. in quot. 1605: to harden.

Meanings of Rehardens:

verb

To make hard again. in quot. 1605: to harden.

Meanings of Reharmonize:

verb

To restore balance or harmony to.

Meanings of Reharmonized:

verb

To restore balance or harmony to.

Reharmonizing

ˌriːˈhɑː.mə.naɪz

Meanings of Reharmonizing:

verb

To restore balance or harmony to.

Meanings of Reharness:

verb

To harness again, especially to put (a draught animal) back in harness.

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