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Renumber

riːˈnʌmbə

Meanings of Renumber:

verb

Change the number or numbers assigned to (something).

Usage examples:

One possibility is renumbering the streets according to today's reality rather than joe ladue's ori…

Renumbered

riːˈnʌmbə

Meanings of Renumbered:

verb

Change the number or numbers assigned to (something).

Usage examples:

One possibility is renumbering the streets according to today's reality rather than joe ladue's ori…

Renumbering

ˌriːˈnʌm.bər

Meanings of Renumbering:

verb

Change the number or numbers assigned to (something).

Usage examples:

One possibility is renumbering the streets according to today's reality rather than joe ladue's ori…

Renumbers

riːˈnʌmbə

Meanings of Renumbers:

verb

Change the number or numbers assigned to (something).

Usage examples:

One possibility is renumbering the streets according to today's reality rather than joe ladue's ori…

Meanings of Renumerate:

verb

Remunerate.

Meanings of Renumerated:

verb

Remunerate.

Meanings of Renumerating:

verb

Remunerate.

Meanings of Renumeration:

noun

Remuneration.

Meanings of Renunciance:

noun

Renunciation.

Meanings of Renunciate:

noun

A person who formally rejects or gives up something, especially a religious person who has renounced a secular way of life.

Usage examples:

They are renunciates who take vows of abstinence that include giving up sex, wine, and red meat
verb

Formally reject or give up (something), especially as an expression of a religious belief.

Usage examples:

Those who are willing to renunciate violence can follow a different path

Renunciation

rɪnʌnsɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Renunciation:

noun

The formal rejection of something, typically a belief, claim, or course of action.

Usage examples:

The life of the spirit required renunciation of marriage

Renunciations

rɪˌnʌn.siˈeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Renunciations:

noun

The formal rejection of something, typically a belief, claim, or course of action.

Usage examples:

The life of the spirit required renunciation of marriage

Meanings of Renunciator:

noun

A person who renounces something; a renunciant.

Renverse

ˈrɛnvəs

Meanings of Renverse:

noun

A movement performed in dressage, in which the horse moves parallel to the side of the arena, with its hindquarters carried closer to the wall than its shoulders and its body curved away from the centre.

Usage examples:

We have already discussed the travers and renvers in the canter circle.

Meanings of Renversement:

noun

The action of reversing or inverting something; the result of this.

Renvoi

ˈrɒ̃vwʌ

Meanings of Renvoi:

noun

The action or process of referring a case or dispute to the jurisdiction of another country.

Usage examples:

This game of jurisdictional ping-pong is prevented by the doctrine of renvoi, which stops the game …

Meanings of Reo:

noun

The language of the original people of new zealand and the cook islands

Usage examples:

Some teachers use te reo as the language of instruction., english and te reo māori share joint stat…

Meanings of Reoblige:

verb

To oblige again.

Meanings of Reobliged:

verb

To oblige again.

Meanings of Reobliging:

verb

To oblige again.

Meanings of Reobservation:

noun

Observation for a second or further time; an instance of this.

Meanings of Reobserve:

verb

To observe again.

Meanings of Reobserved:

verb

To observe again.

Meanings of Reobserving:

verb

To observe again.

Meanings of Reobtain:

verb

To obtain again; to regain, recover.

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