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rennet the lining of the fourth stomach of a calf or of the stomach of certain other young ruminating animals, or a substance from such a stomach. [2 definitions]
rennin the chief enzyme in rennet.
renounce to give up (a right or claim) usu. by formal declaration or announcement; waive. [5 definitions]
renovate to put in good condition by repairing, remodeling, or the like; refurbish.
renovation the act or process of repairing and updating (a building or the like) so that the condition is improved and meets current standards.
renown wide honor and acclaim; fame.
renowned widely known and acclaimed; famous.
rent1 a periodic payment made by a tenant to an owner of property for the right to occupy or use that property. [5 definitions]
rent2 an opening resulting from a tear, slit, or cut. [3 definitions]
rental an apartment or commercial property available for rent. [4 definitions]
renter one who rents property from an owner; tenant. [2 definitions]
renumber combined form of number.
renunciation the act or an instance of giving up or rejecting something, usu. as a sacrifice; renouncing.
reobserve combined form of observe.
reoccupation combined form of occupation.
reoccupy combined form of occupy.
reoccur combined form of occur.
reoccurrence combined form of occurrence.
reoil combined form of oil.
reopen to cause to become open again. [2 definitions]
reoperate combined form of operate.