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reconstruct

verb [T]  /ˌri·kənˈstrʌkt/ us  
to build or create again something that has been damaged or destroyed If you reconstruct something that happened in the past, you combine a lot of details to try to get a clear idea of what happened: Detectives tried to reconstruct the crime by comparing all the statements of the eyewitnesses.
reconstruction
noun [C/U]  /ˌri·kənˈstrʌk·ʃən/ us  
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