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Synonyms for regenerate
rɪˈdʒɛn əˌreɪt; -ər ɪtre·gen·er·ate

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Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. regenerate

    reproduce, renovate, resuscitate, revive, revivify, restore, reintegrate

    waste, corrupt, vitiate, deteriorate, degenerate

Princeton's WordNet

  1. regenerateverb

    reformed spiritually or morally

    "a regenerate sinner"; "regenerate by redemption from error or decay"

    cussed, unconverted, unpersuaded, unregenerated, impenitent, obstinate, unregenerate, obdurate, unrepentant

  2. regenerate, renewverb

    reestablish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new

    "We renewed our friendship after a hiatus of twenty years"; "They renewed their membership"

    reform, restore, revitalize, reclaim, renew, rejuvenate, reincarnate, rectify

    unconverted, unrepentant, cussed, unpersuaded, unregenerated, obstinate, unregenerate, obdurate, impenitent

  3. regenerateverb

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

    rectify, revitalize, renew, restore, reform, reclaim, rejuvenate

    obstinate, cussed, unrepentant, unregenerate, impenitent, obdurate, unpersuaded, unregenerated, unconverted

  4. reform, reclaim, regenerate, rectifyverb

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

    "The Church reformed me"; "reform your conduct"

    refine, recover, reclaim, right, repair, tame, renew, domesticize, restore, correct, rectify, domesticise, domesticate, reform, revitalize, amend, straighten out, repossess, remedy, rejuvenate, remediate, see the light

    unregenerated, unrepentant, impenitent, unregenerate, obstinate, obdurate, cussed, unpersuaded, unconverted

  5. regenerate, restore, rejuvenateverb

    return to life; get or give new life or energy

    "The week at the spa restored me"

    reclaim, renew, mend, reestablish, furbish up, restore, bushel, touch on, rectify, repair, reform, revitalize, doctor, fix, reinstate, rejuvenate, reconstruct, restitute

    cussed, unregenerate, obdurate, unrepentant, unpersuaded, unregenerated, unconverted, obstinate, impenitent

  6. regenerateverb

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

    "The snake regenerated its tail"

    rectify, revitalize, renew, restore, reform, reclaim, rejuvenate

    impenitent, unregenerate, unrepentant, unregenerated, cussed, obdurate, obstinate, unpersuaded, unconverted

  7. regenerateverb

    be formed or shaped anew

    rectify, revitalize, renew, restore, reform, reclaim, rejuvenate

    unrepentant, unpersuaded, unregenerate, obstinate, unconverted, obdurate, unregenerated, impenitent, cussed

  8. regenerateverb

    form or produce anew

    "regenerate hatred"

    rectify, revitalize, renew, restore, reform, reclaim, rejuvenate

    obdurate, unpersuaded, unrepentant, unconverted, unregenerated, unregenerate, impenitent, obstinate, cussed

  9. regenerateverb

    undergo regeneration

    rectify, revitalize, renew, restore, reform, reclaim, rejuvenate

    impenitent, obstinate, unrepentant, unpersuaded, unregenerated, cussed, unconverted, unregenerate, obdurate

  10. regenerate, revitalizeverb

    restore strength

    "This food revitalized the patient"

    reform, restore, revitalize, reclaim, revitalise, renew, rejuvenate, rectify

    impenitent, unpersuaded, obstinate, obdurate, cussed, unregenerate, unrepentant, unconverted, unregenerated

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. regenerateverb

    reproduce, revive, renovate, generate anew

  2. regenerateverb

    (Theol.) convert, produce a change of heart in

  3. regenerateadjective


  4. regenerateadjective

    converted, regenerated, renewed in spirit, born again

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "regenerate":

    rebuild, re-create, rejuvenate, rehabilitate, replenish

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  1. Morris Zwi:

    There is a lot of interest in brain plasticity at the moment, a concept about the potential for brain cells to regenerate or change to meet the needs of the affected brain, this is why it is important to know whether the changes observed in association with trauma and depression are transitory or permanent, which this study cannot show.

  2. Edward Ottewell:

    We want to protect and save as many as we can, it's going to create employment, it's going to regenerate an area that's been left, and do some good.

  3. Halland Chen:

    The interesting thing that makes it very safe is one of the reasons why it doesn’t last forever— because you’re not permanently damaging or killing off the nerves, [the nerves] do regenerate and grow back over time.

  4. Pedro Sanchez:

    But it's a party that needs to regenerate and clean itself up, and this will only happen if it is not in government.

  5. Nova Spivack:

    Best-case scenario is that the little library is fully intact, sitting on a nice sandy hillside on the moon for a billion years. In the distant future it might be recovered by our descendants or by a future form of intelligent life that might evolve long after we're gone, from the DNA and the cells that we included, Nova Spivack could clone us and regenerate the human race and other plants and animals.

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