[ ree-hab ]
/ ˈriˌhæb /
rehabilitation, especially a program or facility for treating persons addicted to drugs or alcohol or recovering from certain medical conditions: He's been sober since coming out of rehab. She checked into rehab after suffering a stroke.
a rehabilitated building.
of or relating to rehabilitation: funds for new rehab projects in the city.
verb (used with object), re·habbed, re·hab·bing.
Origin of rehab
Related formsre·hab·ber, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for rehabbed
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Word Origin and History for rehabbed
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Medicine definitions for rehabbed
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