verb (used with object), rec·re·at·ed, rec·re·at·ing.
verb (used without object), rec·re·at·ed, rec·re·at·ing.
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Origin of recreate
OTHER WORDS FROM recreaterec·re·a·tive, adjectiverec·re·a·tive·ly, adverbrec·re·a·tive·ness, nounrec·re·a·tor, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH recreatere-create, recreate
Definition for recreate (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), re-cre·at·ed, re-cre·at·ing.
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
Example sentences from the Web for recreate
Bustle Digital Group is trying to recreate the holiday shopping experience online this year with its three-week-long Shop Holiday virtual bazaar.The holiday shopping season is on and Bustle Digital Group is setting up shop virtually|Kayleigh Barber|November 5, 2020|Digiday
Whether employees are 10 blocks or 10 time zones away, these VR-enabled tools are truly immersive experiences, recreating the magic of office interactions in a way Zoom never could.
Another important piece—and one that will be harder to artificially recreate—is milk fat.Impossible Foods Wants to Make Milk That’s Creamy, Tasty, and Totally Cow-Free|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|October 25, 2020|Singularity Hub
Noisli helps you by recreating background noises such as coffee shop and office sounds that will make things feel a bit more familiar to you.
Houghton and his team then put the collection of DNA into bacteria to see if any of the bacterial colonies could recreate a protein typically only created by the mysterious virus, which would lead them to the culprit causing the disease.The Nobel Prize in Medicine goes to the trio that discovered hepatitis C|Sara Kiley Watson|October 5, 2020|Popular Science