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repletion

[ ri-plee-shuhn ]
/ rɪˈpli ʃən /
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noun

the condition of being abundantly supplied or filled; fullness.
overfullness resulting from excessive eating or drinking; surfeit.

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Origin of repletion

1350–1400; Middle English replecioun surfeit (<Middle French ) <Late Latin replētiōn- (stem of replētiō), equivalent to Latin replēt(us) (see replete) + -iōn--ion
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British Dictionary definitions for repletion

repletion
/ (rɪˈpliːʃən) /

noun

the state or condition of being replete; fullness, esp excessive fullness due to overeating
the satisfaction of a need or desire
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Medical definitions for repletion

repletion
[ rĭ-plēshən ]

n.

The condition of being fully supplied or completely filled.
A state of excessive fullness.
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