Definition of recreate in English:


Line breaks: rec¦re|ate
Pronunciation: /riːkrɪˈeɪt


[with object]
1Create again: the door was now open to recreate a single German state
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  • But there we are, at my morning coffee shop, creating and recreating community from one day to the next.
  • We're all going to be in the same space together each night creating this thing and recreating it live each night for the audience.
  • It is something that is created and recreated every day through initiative and organised and coordinated activity.
1.1Reproduce; re-enact: he recreated Mallory’s 1942 climb for TV
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  • He also invited a group of re-enactors who specialise in recreating key moments from the history of the Wild West.
  • Pearl's world, which Bradby skillfully recreates, mirrors the one that she grew up during the 1960s.
  • Thus, parts of long destroyed Jewish community life were visually simulated, momentarily recreated.

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