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repopulate
American English: /riˈpɑpjəˌleɪt/
British English: /riːˈpɒpjʊleɪt/

Translation of repopulate in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • In fact in some of those areas that are now repopulated with younger animals, a lot of the older animals have died out, there's nice happy healthy populations coming in behind.
    • So Noble and his wife, Diane, switched from conventional to sustainable farming methods, a strategy that has paid off financially and that they feel offers hope for repopulating the countryside.
    • Supported by two dozen maps and tables, Abu Sitta said that 90 per cent of the depopulated villages could be repopulated by its people without the slightest effect on the Israeli Jews.

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