reconstruct

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  • Since then the buildings around the market place have been reconstructed in more simple forms.
  • The station was reconstructed at the same time as the main line station above.
  • But as his collection expanded he decided to reconstruct his house for his collection.
  • They were asked to reconstruct the original order of release for the books/films.
  • The church members then decided to reconstruct the church on the south side of the lake.
  • Now, scholars have reconstructed his career and he has been the subject of much research.
  • Over its long history, this monastery was destroyed several times and then reconstructed.
  • A single, official method for reconstructing the face has yet to be recognized.
  • After the end of the war, plans were raised to reconstruct the bridge.
  • A short time ago the sea made an entrance, but without reconstructing the old conditions. Cited from Seaward Sussex, by Edric Holmes [Illustrations by Mary M. Vigers]
  • In many cases, entire scenes had to be reconstructed from their individual elements.
  • Final plans for the reconstructed bridge eventually did not include a rail element.
  • They must experience them for themselves and then apply the knowledge so gained in reconstructing their lives. Cited from The Power of Concentration, By Theron Q. Dumont
  • There also is a long term goal of reconstructing the farm on the site.
  • The park was reconstructed out of wood, just like the original stadium.
  • This led to his interest in reconstructing his family history and that of the rest of the country.
  • But in what house should he live while he was reconstructing his old habitation? Cited from An Introduction to Philosophy, by George Stuart Fullerton
  • After extensive fire damage, it was reconstructed into today's town hall.
  • The assistance would reconstruct water supply facilities and medical supplies, among other things.
  • In each course he reconstructs its subject-matter from the ground up and never covers the same material twice.
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Meaning of reconstruct

  • verb Reassemble mentally
    reconstruct the events of 20 years ago
  • verb Cause somebody to adapt or reform socially or politically