Examples of reconstitute in a Sentence
They have plans to reconstitute the bankrupt company.
Recent Examples of reconstitute from the Web
Forensic Architecture relies on computer programs and digital animation software that model exotic building shapes to reconstitute bombed-out ruins, identify debris patterns from drone strikes and document tragedies like the fire.
Defense officials have said that ISIS has taken advantage of this pause to reconstitute itself in remote positions in the Middle Euphrates River Valley of Syria.
Extracting the potash involves using wells similar to oil and gas wells and injecting brine water to dissolve the potash, bring it to the surface, then dry it and reconstitute it.
Outrageous luxury is only one element in Koons’s masterly fusion of Pop content and minimalist aesthetics, which prophesied and still authorizes the cultural aplomb of our reconstituted, remorselessly ongoing gilded age.
The steely gray powder then enters a reaction chamber, where it is broken down and reconstituted as a plastic-like composite material.
Nauert said the fighting in Afrin has distracted from the fight against Islamic State militants, allowing the extremists to begin to reconstitute in some areas.
The microprocessor and its improving intelligence capabilities are growing so fast that reconstituting the dead as living persons in the present will become a distinct future possibility.
On Saturdays expect more labor-intensive dishes like oxtails, their flesh, fat, and collagen almost jiggling off the bone, and bacalao, mildly salty reconstituted dried codfish with potatoes and olives in tomato sauce.
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RECONSTITUTE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reconstitute for English Language Learners
: to form (an organization or group) again in a different way
: to return (something, such as dried food) to a former state by adding water
medical Definition of reconstitute
- reconstituted blood plasma
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