English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'reconstitute'

(verb) 
Definition
to reorganize in a slightly different form
Slowly Jewish communities were reconstituted and life began anew.
Synonyms
reconstruct
The government must reconstruct the shattered economy.
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restore
They partly restored a local castle.
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rebuild
The castle was rebuilt by his great grandson in 1859.
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overhaul
The plumbing was overhauled a year ago.
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recreate
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regenerate
The government will continue to regenerate inner city areas.
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reassemble

Additional synonyms

in the sense of overhaul
Definition
to make repairs or adjustments to (a vehicle or machine)
The plumbing was overhauled a year ago.
Synonyms
tune (up),
go over,
fine tune,
do up (informal),
in the sense of rebuild
Definition
to build (a building or town) again, after severe damage
The castle was rebuilt by his great grandson in 1859.
Synonyms
remodel,
refashion
in the sense of regenerate
Definition
to undergo or cause to undergo physical, economic, or spiritual renewal
The government will continue to regenerate inner city areas.
Synonyms
re-establish,
kick-start (informal),
breathe new life into,
reinvigorate,
reawaken,
give a shot in the arm,
inspirit

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