Synonyms

1. re-uptake

noun. a process of using up or consuming again.

Synonyms

  • uptake

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2. re-emphasise

verb. emphasize anew.

Synonyms

  • accentuate
  • punctuate
  • accent
  • emphasize
  • emphasise
  • re-emphasize

Antonyms

  • foreground
  • take away

3. re-introduction

noun. a proposal of something previously rejected.

4. re-emerge

verb. appear again.

Synonyms

  • reappear
  • appear
  • return
  • resurface

Antonyms

  • dematerialize
  • dematerialise
  • ground stroke
  • volley

5. re-create

verb. create anew.

Synonyms

  • model
  • renew
  • regenerate
  • spiel
  • fictionalise
  • fake
  • present
  • fictionalize
  • perform
  • act
  • reenact
  • create
  • stage
  • represent
  • simulate
  • play
  • make
  • interpret
  • recite
  • counterfeit
  • retell

Antonyms

  • worsen
  • unregenerate
  • lost
  • stay

6. re-assume

verb. take on again, as after a time lapse.

Synonyms

  • assume
  • take on
  • take
  • acquire

Antonyms

  • refuse
  • stay
  • leave office
  • give

7. re-enter

verb. enter again.

Synonyms

  • go into
  • come in
  • enter
  • go in
  • move into
  • get into

Antonyms

  • file out
  • undock
  • pop out
  • get off

8. re-argue

verb. argue again.

Synonyms

  • argue

Antonyms

  • indication
  • contraindication

9. uptake

noun. ['ˈʌpˌteɪk'] the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating).

Synonyms

  • activity
  • swallow
  • bodily function
  • drinking
  • feeding
  • consumption
  • bodily process
  • eating
  • imbibition
  • ingestion
  • body process
  • deglutition
  • intake
  • drink
  • suction
  • sucking
  • suck

Antonyms

  • discontinuance
  • assembly
  • discontinuation
  • activation

Etymology

  • uptaken (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. uptake

noun. ['ˈʌpˌteɪk'] a process of taking up or using up or consuming.

Synonyms

  • reuptake
  • re-uptake

Antonyms

  • source
  • peristalsis
  • anastalsis

Etymology

  • uptaken (Middle English (1100-1500))
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