Verb(1) reestablish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new(2) amplify (an electron current(3) bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one(4) return to life; get or give new life or energy(5) replace (tissue or a body part(6) be formed or shaped anew(7) form or produce anew(8) undergo regeneration(9) restore strength
Adjective(1) reformed spiritually or morally
(1) But just why some animals can regenerate while others are unable to do so is not clear.(2) Only a supernatural act, a work of God's grace, can regenerate those people, which is everyone.(3) At the same time they would like to regenerate the sulfuric acid to minimize costs.(4) We are multicellular organisms that regenerate some of our cells continuously.(5) Fish and amphibians can regenerate optic nerve tissue, so Benowitz and his colleagues examined goldfish and found two compounds essential to this process.(6) Debriding the devitalized tissue will allow the underlying healthy tissue to regenerate .(7) What happens in this disorder is that wherever you get a bruise or a wound, instead of normal cells moving in to regenerate the skin and the flesh and heal the wound, bone forms.(8) But we must continually regenerate ourselves to remain successful in an increasingly competitive environment.(9) The skate park is part of overall plans to regenerate the park and the idea came out of a public meeting two years ago to find out what people using the park wanted.(10) Only a few years ago, the concept of blood cells transmuting into lung cells would have been no less heretical because it was widely accepted that the human lung had a limited capacity to grow and regenerate .(11) Scientists have long known that bone marrow stem cells regenerate blood cells.(12) Engelsma also rejected the charge in a listener's question that the Protestant Reformed person seeks to determine whether a person is regenerate before reaching out to them.(13) Murry is using embryonic stem cells to regenerate heart tissue.(14) The publication of the Gambling Bill has been accompanied by claims that new casinos will regenerate rundown areas and be good for the economy.(15) Among other things, this statement teaches explicitly that regenerate believers can be lost due to sin, which is of course contrary to the whole concept of salvation by grace alone.(16) Because the tendon must regenerate , the rehab period can last from four to nine months.
1. revive ::
2. reform ::
3. restore ::
4. revitalize ::
5. renew ::
Different Formsregenerate, regenerated, regenerates, regenerating, unregenerate
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