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reclaim

verb /riˈkleim/
to ask for (something one owns which has been lost, stolen etc and found by someone else)
reclamar
A wallet has been found and can be reclaimed at the manager’s office.
to make (wasteland) fit for use; to get back (land) from under the sea etc by draining etc
aprovechar, recobrar
There are plans to reclaim more land from the sea.
reclamation /reklə-/ noun
reclamación
land reclamation.
(Definition of reclaim from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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