replant

[ree-plant, -plahnt]
verb (used with object)
  1. to plant again.
  2. to cover again with plants, sow with seeds, etc.: After the drought, we had to replant the south lawn.
  3. to transfer (a plant) from one soil or container to another.
  4. Surgery. to reattach, as a severed arm, finger, or toe, especially with the use of microsurgery to reconnect nerves and blood vessels.

Origin of replant

First recorded in 1565–75; re- + plant
Related formsre·plan·ta·tion [ree-plan-tey-shuh n] /ˌri plænˈteɪ ʃən/, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for replant

replant

verb (tr)
  1. to plant againshe replanted the bulbs that the dog had dug up
  2. to reattach (a severed limb or part) by surgery
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Word Origin and History for replant
v.

1570s, from re- "back, again" + plant (v.). Related: Replanted; replanting.

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replant in Medicine

replant

[rē-plănt]
v.
  1. To reattach an organ, limb, or other body part surgically to the original site.
n.
  1. An organ, limb, or body part that has been replanted.
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