Examples of reconstitute in a Sentence
They have plans to reconstitute the bankrupt company.
Recent Examples of reconstitute from the Web
Pringles are a Frankensnack, the pink slime of chips: They’re formed from a paste of rice, wheat, corn and potato flakes, and reconstituted into their characteristic curvy shape before being sprayed with a flavor coating.
When reopened, the building is generally reconstituted, in terms of teachers, curriculum and administration.
On Friday, the Audubon electrician was upright and eager to continue the demonstration that had been forcibly removed from outside the office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement at Eighth and Cherry Streets, then reconstituted at City Hall.
On Wednesday, June 6, Mulvaney told the 25 members of the Consumer Advisory Board on Wednesday morning that they will be replaced and the board will be reconstituted, according to two of the members.
His departure was forced by a state board newly reconstituted with Gov. Matt Bevin's appointees.
The third and current one was reconstituted by Abdel Aziz Al Saud and named Saudi Arabia in 1932.
Members of two other boards that also provide outside expertise would also be reconstituted as well.
About two years ago, however, the U.S. and Russia reconstituted the joint commission.
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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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