Examples of recreate in a Sentence
supporters of preservation hope to recreate the architectural splendor that the old movie theater had when it first opened
an old summer resort where families have been recreating for over a century
Recent Examples of recreate from the Web
The tricky part is recreating those conditions at home, Ko says.
Beshear and one of Bevin's attorneys sparred before the state's high court Friday morning, offering opposing arguments regarding the governor's authority to unilaterally abolish and recreate university boards.
Volunteers repainted the 19th-century storefronts of Hampton’s recreated prairie downtown to ready them for the county fair.
This means more selection in places to stay, eat, shop and recreate.
Surfing and boogie-boarding and beach recreating all day.
Texas A&M since hasn't been able to recreate the magic of that 11-2 season lending some credence to Byrne's initial concerns.
My Very Own Versailles: Homeowners Who Recreate the Palace (W.S.J.) Tesla Projected to Win U.S. Electric-Car Race (Bloomberg)
Jackson is trying to recreate this durable concrete using San Francisco seawater and more abundant volcanic rocks.
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Origin and Etymology of recreate
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsfreshen, recharge, renew, refresh, refreshen, regenerate, rejuvenate, repair, restore, resuscitate, revitalize, revive, revivify
Related Wordsmake over, overhaul, reclaim, recondition, reconstitute, redesign, redevelop, redo, reengineer, refurbish, rehab, rehabilitate, remake, remodel, renovate; refill, replenish, resupply; modernize, update
Near Antonymsdrudge, labor, plod, plug (away), slave, strain, strive, struggle, sweat, toil, work
First Known Use of re-create
RECREATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of re-create for English Language Learners
: to make (something from the past) exist or seem to exist again : to create (something) again
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