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
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.
Jackson is trying to recreate this durable concrete using San Francisco seawater and more abundant volcanic rocks.
Marie Jackson, an archeologist with the University of Utah, is attempting to recreate this type of concrete using volcanic rocks found in the ocean around San Francisco.
The 83-year-old had a 46-ton Eiffel Tower recreated inside the Grand Palais for the pleasure of his Chanel couture celebrity guests.
Because both minerals take centuries to strengthen concrete, modern scientists are still working on recreating a modern version of Roman cement.
Exploring each decade, campers will recreate famous art, learn the popular dances, play with popular toys and games and celebrate trends of the times.
The event recreated Christmas for military families who were separated by deployment during the holiday season.
One of the biggest bones of contention came in what to do with one employee, for whom the mayor wants to recreate an assistant parks superintendent position.
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Origin and Etymology of recreate
Latin recreatus, past participle of recreare
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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