OTHER WORDS FROM reactivatere·ac·ti·va·tion, noun
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How to use reactivate in a sentence
I was told the judge can “reactivate” my parole and everything would be resolved soon.
Some of them have become reactivated in the sense that certain proteins can be produced, not as a viral particle but as a protein.
Ketamine reactivates those glutamate receptors, which may then create a sudden boom of new brain cell connections as the system goes back to normal.Can tripping on ketamine cure PTSD? I decided to try.|Corinne Iozzio|June 21, 2021|Popular-Science
Colonial Pipeline, which suspended operations Friday after a “ransomware” attack on the company’s computer systems, said Thursday that its pipeline connecting Texas to New Jersey has been fully reactivated and fuel shipments have resumed.As Colonial Pipeline recovers from cyberattack, leaders point to a ‘wake-up call’ for U.S. energy infrastructure|Aaron Gregg, Sean Sullivan, Stephanie Hunt|May 13, 2021|Washington Post
The state of Karnataka, for instance, has reactivated its online data dashboard, which launched last year during India’s first wave, to share accurate data on available hospital beds and the number of cases across the state.
My thought then, as I explained to Fles, was to reactivate the factory and sell my product to the sightseers.Greener Than You Think|Ward Moore
If Venex 17's head had been severed for less than three weeks he could reactivate it.The Velvet Glove|Harry Harrison