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Definition of regreat

"regreat" is probably misspelled. Trying recreate instead Definition of recreate

1. recreate [ v ] give new life or energy to
Examples: "A hot soup will revive me" "This will renovate my spirits" "This treatment repaired my health"

Synonyms revive recreate vivify reanimate animate renovate repair revivify quicken enliven Related Terms stimulate come_to revival refreshment

2. recreate [ v ] give new life or energy to
Examples: "A hot soup will revive me"

Used in print:

(Tristram P. Coffin, "Folklore in the American Twentieth...)

Folklore is individually created art that a homogeneous group of people preserve , vary and recreate through oral transmission .

(Max F. Millikan and Donald L. M. Blackmer,...)

Feelings of a community of interest will have_to be recreated - in some of the new nations , indeed , they must be built for_the_first_time - on a new basis which looks toward the future and does not rely only on shared memories of the past .

Synonyms revive recreate vivify quicken reanimate revivify animate Related Terms stimulate

3. recreate [ v ] create anew
Examples: "she recreated the feeling of the 1920's with her stage setting"

Synonyms recreate Related Terms make reinvent

4. recreate [ v ] engage in recreational activities rather than work; occupy oneself in a diversion
Examples: "On weekends I play" "The students all recreate alike"

Synonyms play recreate Related Terms play diversion play

5. recreate [ v ] give encouragement to

Synonyms cheer embolden recreate hearten Related Terms dishearten encourage take_heart

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