- to constitute again; reconstruct; recompose.
- to return (a dehydrated or concentrated food) to the liquid state by adding water: to reconstitute a bouillon cube with hot water.
- to undergo reconstitution; become reconstituted.
Origin of reconstitute
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Related Wordsrestructuring, overhaul, renewal, restoration, rehabilitation, substitution, reinstatement, reconstitution
Examples from the Web for reconstitution
Zionism itself was created as a vehicle for the reconstitution of a Jewish national home.(Mis)Interpreting Zionist History
Brent E. Sasley
March 19, 2013
The reconstitution of such a road is essentially the filling up of gaps.The Old Road
What we want now is purity and reconstitution of the national life.Mrs. Craddock
W. Somerset Maugham
The Queen's men came in on the reconstitution of that company in 1591-2.A Chronicle History of the Life and Work of William Shakespeare
Frederick Gard Fleay
Otherwise the work of redemption is only the reconstitution of the nature which God designed.Lux Mundi
Hence the desirability of the dissolution and reconstitution of the firm.William Morris
Elizabeth Luther Cary
- to restore (food, etc) to its former or natural state or a semblance of it, as by the addition of water to a concentratereconstituted lemon juice
- to reconstruct; form again
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Word Origin and History for reconstitution
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