reclamation, renewal, rehabilitation(noun)
the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation
the act of renewing
refilling, replenishment, replacement, renewal(noun)
filling again by supplying what has been used up
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A change is a passing from one state or form to another, any act or process by which a thing becomes unlike what it was before, or the unlikeness so produced; we say a change was taking place, or the change that had taken place was manifest. Mutation is a more formal word for change, often suggesting repeated or continual change; as, the mutations of fortune. Novelty is a change to what is new, or the newness of that to which a change is made; as, he was perpetually desirous of novelty. Revolution is specifically and most commonly a change of government. Variation is a partial change in form, qualities, etc., but especially in position or action; as, the variation of the magnetic needle or of the pulse. Variety is a succession of changes or an intermixture of different things, and is always thought of as agreeable. Vicissitude is sharp, sudden, or violent change, always thought of as surprising and often as disturbing or distressing; as, the vicissitudes of politics. Transition is change by passing from one place or state to another, especially in a natural, regular, or orderly way; as, the transition from spring to summer, or from youth to manhood. An innovation is a change that breaks in upon an established order or custom; as, an innovation in religion or politics. For the distinctions between the other words compare the synonyms for CHANGE, v. In the religious sense regeneration is the vital renewing of the soul by the power of the divine Spirit; conversion is the conscious and manifest change from evil to good, or from a lower to a higher spiritual state; as, in Luke xxii, 32, "when thou art converted, strengthen thy brethren." In popular use conversion is the most common word to express the idea of regeneration.
alteration, change, change, conversion, diversity, innovation, mutation, novelty, regeneration, renewing, revolution, transformation, transition, transmutation, variation, variety, vicissitude
We have made a change for the better; the change from winter to spring; the change of a liquid to or into a gas; a change in quality; a change by absorption or oxidation.
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renovation, renewing, renew, renewals, renewed, redevelopment, renouveau, reconstruction, turnover, refurbishment, extension, revival, renewability, resourcing, replacement, rejuvenation, resumption, regeneration, rebuilding, rebuild, rollover, reappointment, rehabilitation, recovery, revitalization, refurbishing, renews
REconstruction with NIRStEnt or Wallstent in Angioplasty of Long Segment Coronary Disease
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Instead of old people's mobility scooters, you're suddenly seeing so many baby's pushchairs rolling along, it's brought a spirit of renewal to the kibbutz. I'm happy that what my grandparents began here will go on.
If Amelia is to become the most faithful service agent, she also needs to be able to respond to man’s need to communicate with somebody who can understand emotions—not just a robotic ‘Press 1 for this’ and ‘Press 7 for that,’ amelia’s emotional quotient is modeled in a three-dimensional space: pleasure, arousal, dominance—the PAD modeling system. We are in trials with a telco company, and there is a certain demeanor that Amelia is required to have if your contract is coming up for renewal. Her emotional reaction to you is supposed to be very different based on where you are in the contract or your level of angst with the service.
Payment and renewal rates( for Tinder) came in solidly against expectations.
That is going to provide a little bit of relief, this is the heavy renewal season for agricultural lending. We think it is very important that we get those FSA offices open permanently so we can get new business done.
I believe that in the history of art and of thought there has always been at every living moment of culture a will to renewal. This is not the prerogative of the last decade only. All history is nothing but a succession of crises -- of rupture, repudiation and resistance. When there is no crisis, there is stagnation, petrifaction and death. All thought, all art is aggressive.
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