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Synonyms for regenerate

Synonyms for regenerate

amplify (an electron current) by causing part of the power in the output circuit to act upon the input circuit

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bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one

replace (tissue or a body part) through the formation of new tissue

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be formed or shaped anew

form or produce anew

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undergo regeneration

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reformed spiritually or morally

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It suggests that we, and maybe amniotes in general, are much more alone in the lack of an ability to regenerate limbs," she says.
government stepped into the stage of our applied science path to regenerate damaged human organ in situ with substance, getting away from the era of basic exploratory study on stem cell, gene, and tissue engineering, and becoming the model of all countries as well as indicating that the American people will first get rid of the suffering of organ diseases not cured by modern medicine," explained Dr.
When the council announce a new pounds 30m scheme to regenerate Redcar seafront and the paper backs it to the hilt, BUT fails to ask about the phantom pounds 88m Coatham scheme promised for seven years, then we surely have the answer.
Hemlocks can regenerate under a very dense forest canopy and can survive in the understory for decades waiting for a space to naturally open in the canopy by a fallen of dead tree.
St Modwen Properties will oversee Project Jennifer, a pounds 50m scheme to regenerate the Great Homer Street area of Everton.
Officials don't have to worry about replanting the vegetation lost to the flames - plants that have survived centuries in an area where wildfires are common regenerate on their own.
Dove has a new night-time range of bathing products designed to help your skin heal and regenerate while you sleep.
Plants have an essential ability to regenerate the whole plant body from a piece of tissue.
AUSTRALIAN forest authorities admitted yesterday they had killed a eucalyptus said to be the nation's largest tree in a burning operation to regenerate woodland.
Though it can heal wounds instantly and prolong life indefinitely, the life it gives to its votaries is not regenerate eternity, but protracted sequential existence.
Failing to educate new Christians neutralizes a regenerate church membership.
The research reveals that zebrafish, often kept as pets, have an amazing capability to regenerate their heart after injury.
Whitebark pines take a long time to regenerate naturally, and years of well-intentioned fire suppression have hindered the process.
In a single chemical reaction, the phosphate on creatine can be donated to ADP to regenerate one ATP molecule.
Because the beds are thin they regenerate quickly, reducing blower size and using 30% less energy, Comet says.