- Attain (an objective or position) again: it changes behaviour so as to reattain the set body weight a point is reached where stability is reattainedMore example sentences
- As soon as her telepathic abilities discern that we have reattained REM sleep, she cries again.
- The only way we can reattain innocence is by glossing over our pasts, forgetting, and we're not always so good at that.
- Especially in the realm of the technology of production, changes, if any, had been gradual over the centuries, and in some areas even ancient Roman standards had not been reattained.
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- After the state has reduced emissions of the offending pollutant and these programs have proven effective, it may apply for reattainment for the area.
- It is not the attainment of a capacity that helps the hero conquer his (or her) challenges but the reattainment of it.
More definitions of reattainDefinition of reattain in:
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