Definition of rebirth in English:

rebirth

Syllabification: re·birth
Pronunciation: /rēˈbərTH
 
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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.
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