Definition of 'regenerate'
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The Reverend Meredith, however, was blind to these manifestations of regenerate life. MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)But for those of us with the wisdom and the will, the power to regenerate the flesh was there for the taking. NIGHT SISTERS (2003)
Nevertheless she had instructed it to take frequent rests to allow any damaged tissue to regenerate. T2: INFILTRATOR (2003)
Trends of 'regenerate'
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Translations for 'regenerate'
British English: regenerate VERB
To regenerate something means to develop and improve it to make it more active, successful, or important, especially after a period when it has been getting worse.
The government will continue to try to regenerate inner city areas.
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