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reconstituteverb [T]

uk   /ˌriːˈkɒn.stɪ.tjuːt/  us   /-ˈkɑːn.stə.tuːt/
to ​changefood that has been ​dried back into ​itsoriginalform by ​addingwater: The ​powderedmilk/​egg can be reconstituted by ​addingwater. to ​change an ​organization so that it has a different ​form: The Health Education Council has been reconstituted as the Health Education Authority.
reconstitution
noun [U] uk   us  
the reconstitution of the ​Communistparty
(Definition of reconstitute from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “reconstitute”
in Spanish reconstituir…
in Vietnamese khôi phục lại, tổ chức lại…
in Malaysian mengembalikan ke bentuk asal…
in Thai สร้างใหม่…
in French reconstituer…
in German wiederherstellen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使(脱水食物)复原, 重组, 改组…
in Indonesian mengubah kembali…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使(脫水食物)復原, 重組, 改組…
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