verb (used with object), re·ac·ti·vat·ed, re·ac·ti·vat·ing.
verb (used without object), re·ac·ti·vat·ed, re·ac·ti·vat·ing.
- reaction time,
- reaction turbine,
- reaction, chemical,
- reactive component,
- reactive depression,
- reactive hyperemia,
- reactive schizophrenia
Origin of reactivate
Examples from the Web for reactivated
This addition ultimately “reactivated” that sector of the city.
Of these, 100 were found to be properly investigated, but 432 cases were “reactivated.”'Toughest Sheriff in America' Battles to Keep His Job in Arizona|Terry Greene Sterling|December 14, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The next evening I got an email from Facebook telling me that they had reviewed the situation and my account was reactivated.
Durability is every bit up for grabs when an old memory is reactivated as when a new one is first on the brink of being formed.
This indicates that the settlement at Berkeley had not yet been reactivated.The First Seventeen Years: Virginia 1607-1624|Charles E. Hatch
The 2d Cavalry Division was reconstituted as an all-black unit and reactivated in February 1943.
The 93d Infantry Division was reactivated in the spring of 1942 and the 92d the following fall.
That unit was inactivated long ago and it has not been reactivated.Masters of Space|Edward Elmer Smith
Conn reactivated it and put it up above the tops of the vehicles.The Cosmic Computer|Henry Beam Piper