verb (used with object), re-cre·at·ed, re-cre·at·ing.
Words nearby re-create
OTHER WORDS FROM re-createre-cre·at·a·ble, adjectivere-cre·a·tive, adjectivere-cre·a·tor, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH re-createre-create recreate
Examples from the Web for re-create
“I wake up and I pray, and then I see visions and I explain all those to my mom,” who would give her canvases to re-create them.
Then you use those words and try to re-create something in your own life, touching back to when I was a kid.'The Giver' Star Brenton Thwaites Knows You Think He's Too Old to Play Jonas|Kevin Fallon|August 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Beyond his contributions, Romand had to re-create all of the needed pieces in her atelier, as well as all of the accessories.
We had to reconstruct proportions, re-create colors, and find materials drawing upon publicity photos of the time.
And when he looked back with longing it was Duval who helped him re-create the joy he had experienced there.
He would have to re-create a world of interests for himself out of new media.The Pools of Silence|H. de Vere Stacpoole
The efforts of the central government to increase the efficiency of the army and to re-create a navy were continued in 1910.
It seems that Shakespeare did take many old themes and other people's plots and ideas to re-create in his own way.A Woman of the World|Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Soon he would have lost the right mood, and he would be compelled to re-create it before he could resume the work.The Roll-Call|Arnold Bennett
Would it be possible to re-create the Ireland of Goldsmith's days?The Young Priest's Keepsake|Michael Phelan