Definition of rebirth in English:

rebirth

Syllabification: re·birth
Pronunciation: /rēˈbərTH, ˈrēˌbərTH
 
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noun

  • 1The process of being reincarnated or born again: the endless cycle of birth, death, and rebirth
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    • The way this process of continuous rebirth occurs is explained step by step in the doctrine of Dependent Origination.
    • Christianity as a Osirian death and rebirth religion ends with the savior's death and later rebirth.
    • From rebirth to rebirth, we can thus build on prior accomplishments and go further and further on the path.
  • 1.1The action of reappearing or starting to flourish or increase after a decline; revival: the rebirth of a defeated nation
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    • I'm intrigued with the unexpected twists, turns, stumbles and rebirths that life presents - with the resulting seasoning and forming effects they have on us.
    • We have seen how Upadhyay stitches space inside out, making public space a crucible for her private rebirths.
    • Most of those rebirths were the result of mergers and acquisitions, but the fancy new naming keeps the companies fresh in the crowded marketing space.
    Synonyms
    revival, renaissance, resurrection, reawakening, renewal, regeneration; revitalization, rejuvenation
    formal renascence

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