[ US /ˌɹikənˈstɹəkt/ ]
[ UK /ɹˌiːkənstɹˈʌkt/ ]
  1. reassemble mentally
    reconstruct the events of 20 years ago
  2. do over, as of (part of) a house
    We are remodeling these rooms
  3. cause somebody to adapt or reform socially or politically
  4. build again
    The house was rebuild after it was hit by a bomb
  5. return to its original or usable and functioning condition
    restore the forest to its original pristine condition
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How To Use reconstruct In A Sentence

  • Both Mandarin ba and Cantonese baat go back to Proto-Sino-Tibetan *bʀyat but this word is without any reconstructable tone. Mommy, where do tones come from?
  • Parts of all three vases were mingled together and the position of each piece had to be painstakingly documented to aid the reconstruction. Times, Sunday Times
  • The cathedral is the former Perpendicular parish church, reconstructed in 1880, with further extensions completed in 1966.
  • Linear, scientific perspective allows for a fairly accurate mental reconstruction of the distances separating objects.
  • When she founded NYBDC in 1976, it was an academic discipline focused on reconstructing the steps of old dances, their names — among them the minuet and gavotte — familiar from the music of Bach and Handel. Stepping Through History
  • How can our brave Bible-bashing warlords keep spinning tales of freedom & reconstruction, while presiding over scenes of torture and slaughter? TURNING UP THE HEAT
  • Natural hair This lightweight noncreamy formula provides a healthy boost of essential vitamins and reconstructive polymers to revitalize dry hair and strengthen cuticles.
  • The clinician must be well-attuned to the patient when the patient may be in the process of reconstructing schemas, thinking dialectically, recognizing paradox and generating a revised life narrative.
  • By training dental practitioners to make space judgments and subject arrangements in art painting, the practitioner can promote the ability of reconstruction, which is essential in esthetic dentistry.
  • Stanford will develop new megavoltage X-ray detection hardware and image reconstruction software, and will validate the new technology in a clinical trial to be conducted by Varian Medical Systems and Stanford University Win $3.6 Million Five-Year NIH/NCI Research Grant to Develop Advanced Imaging Technology - Yahoo! Finance
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