Examples of rehab in a Sentence
The rehab for his leg injury is going well.
the accident victim had to undergo months of rehab before she could walk again
Recent Examples of rehab from the Web
The team that took care of Scott in his Virginia rehab was there.
Haniger, who hasn’t played in more than a month because of a strained oblique, should take batting practice this weekend, which puts him on track to begin a rehab assignment Monday.
The younger victim has endured multiple surgeries and is currently in a rehab facility, officials said.
Jones called the rehab the toughest situation of his career.
Despite the effort, Gsellman’s future on the Mets staff remained unchanged; Collins said that when Steven Matz and Seth Lugo came off the disabled list, possibly after each had one more minor-league rehab start, Gsellman would return to the bullpen.
Chuck Alexander was released to a rehab facility for further healing and treatment of his injuries.
Saturday marks the second straight day a Royals relief pitcher started a rehab assignment for the Storm Chasers.
More than 14 months removed from Tommy John surgery, Capps hasn’t seen game action since mechanical issues prompted the Padres to pull him back from a rehab assignment in early May.
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Origin and Etymology of rehab
short for rehabilitation or rehabilitate
First Known Use: 1941See Words from the same year
REHAB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rehab for English Language Learners
: a program for helping people who have problems with drugs, alcohol, etc.
: the process of helping someone (such as an injured patient or a drug user) to become healthy again : the process of rehabilitating someone
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