Definition of regenerative in English:

regenerative

Syllabification: re·gen·er·a·tive
Pronunciation: /riˈjenərətiv, -ˌrātiv
 
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adjective

  • Tending to or characterized by regeneration: natural regenerative processes
    More example sentences
    • It's a huge step forward for us and opens the possibility of systematic molecular studies to find the genetic cause of regenerative processes in animals.
    • Clinical studies show a continuing regenerative process producing sustainable improvements for up to a year following treatment.
    • The more they emulated regenerative processes they saw in nature, the longer time they allowed for restoration.

Derivatives

regeneratively

adverb
More example sentences
  • Laser pulses of 100 fs full-width at half-maximum at 790 nm, 800 mW power, and 1 kHz repetition rate were generated from a regeneratively amplified Ti-S system (Clark-MXR, Dexter, MI).
  • The excitation source used was an argon-ion laser-pumped, regeneratively amplified Ti-sapphire laser (REGA 9000, Coherent Inc., Santa Clara, CA) operating at 250 kHz repetition rate.
  • The team's setup included a 20 - Hz regeneratively amplified Ti: Sapphire laser with a center wavelength of 800 nm and a pulse duration of 120 fs connected to a microscope's optical port.

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