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reloadable combined form of reload.
relocate to locate or move again. [3 definitions]
relook combined form of look.
relubricate combined form of lubricate.
relubrication combined form of lubrication.
reluctance a state of unwillingness or disinclination, often arising from uncertainty or doubt.
reluctant unenthusiastic or unwilling; disinclined. [2 definitions]
reluctantly with no enthusiasm or desire to do something, somewhat unwillingly.
rely to trust or depend (usu. fol. by "on" or "upon").
REM rapid eye movement. [2 definitions]
rem a unit of radiation exposure, equal to approximately one roentgen of x-rays or gamma rays; roentgen equivalent man.
remain to continue without a change in quality or state. [3 definitions]
remainder something that remains after other things have been taken away. [3 definitions]
remaining being what is left or still present.
remains that which is left when parts have been taken away, destroyed, or the like. [4 definitions]
remake to make again or in a new form; reconstruct. [3 definitions]
remand to transfer or send back. [6 definitions]
remark to casually comment. [4 definitions]
remarkable exceptional or unusual; notable. [2 definitions]
remarket combined form of market.
remarriage combined form of marriage.