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regurgitate to surge or pour back or out, esp. from of a place of containment, as gases, liquids, or undigested food. [3 definitions]
regurgitation the bringing up of partly digested food from the stomach.
rehab (informal) rehabilitation. [2 definitions]
rehabilitate to restore to good health or to an otherwise improved state of being. [2 definitions]
rehabilitation the act or rehabilitating or the condition of having been rehabilitated.
rehang combined form of hang.
rehash to rework or present as new (old arguments, previous creations, or the like) without producing anything new. [2 definitions]
rehear to hear or consider (a court case) again.
rehearsal the act, process, or occasion of practicing for a public presentation or performance, as of a play, concert, or the like. [2 definitions]
rehearse to practice (a speech, play, musical composition, or the like) in order to make perfect for presentation. [4 definitions]
reheat to heat or make warm again.
rehinge combined form of hinge.
rehire combined form of hire.
rehospitalization combined form of hospitalization.
rehospitalize combined form of hospitalize.
rehumanize combined form of humanize.
rehypnotize combined form of hypnotize.
Reich Germany as an empire, esp. from 1933 to 1945; Third Reich.
reichsmark the chief monetary unit of Nazi Germany and Germany's Weimar Republic.
Reichstag the legislative assembly of Germany from 1871 to 1945.
reidentify combined form of identify.