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  • 601 volver a albergar

    (v.) = rehouse [re-house]
    Ex. A new building is planned which will rehouse most of the British Library's present functions under one roof.
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    (v.) = rehouse [re-house]

    Ex: A new building is planned which will rehouse most of the British Library's present functions under one roof.

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  • 602 volver a alfombrar

    (v.) = recarpet [re-carpet]
    Ex. The library is undergoing a five-day 'extreme makeover' and will be repainted, re-carpeted, reconfigured and equipped with the latest furnishings.
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    (v.) = recarpet [re-carpet]

    Ex: The library is undergoing a five-day 'extreme makeover' and will be repainted, re-carpeted, reconfigured and equipped with the latest furnishings.

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  • 603 volver a almacenar

    (v.) = rehouse [re-house]
    Ex. A new building is planned which will rehouse most of the British Library's present functions under one roof.
    * * *
    (v.) = rehouse [re-house]

    Ex: A new building is planned which will rehouse most of the British Library's present functions under one roof.

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  • 604 volver a alojar

    (v.) = rehouse [re-house]
    Ex. A new building is planned which will rehouse most of the British Library's present functions under one roof.
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    (v.) = rehouse [re-house]

    Ex: A new building is planned which will rehouse most of the British Library's present functions under one roof.

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  • 605 volver a alquilar

    (v.) = rehire [re-hire]
    Ex. In some cities, employees laid off due to cutbacks have been rehired to fill vacant library positions to the annoyance of unions.
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    (v.) = rehire [re-hire]

    Ex: In some cities, employees laid off due to cutbacks have been rehired to fill vacant library positions to the annoyance of unions.

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  • 606 volver a analizar

    (v.) = reexamine [re-examine], reanalyse [reanalyze, -USA]
    Ex. This paper discusses factors which led to the need to reexamine the use of UK dealers, the major difference between UK and US dealers being their variance in pricing policies.
    Ex. The author reanalyses George Zipf's data on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of his premature death in Rome from legionella.
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    (v.) = reexamine [re-examine], reanalyse [reanalyze, -USA]

    Ex: This paper discusses factors which led to the need to reexamine the use of UK dealers, the major difference between UK and US dealers being their variance in pricing policies.

    Ex: The author reanalyses George Zipf's data on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of his premature death in Rome from legionella.

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  • 607 volver a aparecer

    (v.) = resurface
    Ex. Divided collections are being reunited and bodies of material considered lost after World War 2 are resurfacing in Eastern Europe as well as in Germany.
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    (v.) = resurface

    Ex: Divided collections are being reunited and bodies of material considered lost after World War 2 are resurfacing in Eastern Europe as well as in Germany.

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  • 608 volver a aprender

    (v.) = relearn
    Ex. This article considers the importance of printed materials; assistance given by staff; and users' problems relearning on-line catalogue searching.
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    (v.) = relearn

    Ex: This article considers the importance of printed materials; assistance given by staff; and users' problems relearning on-line catalogue searching.

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  • 609 volver a asegurar

    (v.) = reinsure
    Ex. The question of whether or not to reinsure the options attaching to a policy has been given very little thought by insurance companies.
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    (v.) = reinsure

    Ex: The question of whether or not to reinsure the options attaching to a policy has been given very little thought by insurance companies.

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  • 610 volver a asentar

    (v.) = resettle
    Ex. Here, families from many different communities were up-rooted and resettled on greenfield sites, many miles away from relatives and friends.
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    (v.) = resettle

    Ex: Here, families from many different communities were up-rooted and resettled on greenfield sites, many miles away from relatives and friends.

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  • 611 volver a atar

    (v.) = re-tie
    Ex. Take the goose and untie the string around the parson's nose area and fill the cavity with onions and seasoning and re-tie the string.
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    (v.) = re-tie

    Ex: Take the goose and untie the string around the parson's nose area and fill the cavity with onions and seasoning and re-tie the string.

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  • 612 volver a bautizar

    (v.) = re-baptise [re-baptize, -USA]
    Ex. Since Michigan's pioneering move, two other schools have re-baptized themselves in like fashion.
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    (v.) = re-baptise [re-baptize, -USA]

    Ex: Since Michigan's pioneering move, two other schools have re-baptized themselves in like fashion.

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  • 613 volver a caer (en)

    Ex. In these circumstances it is easy to relapse into 'scientism' and mistake means for ends = En estas circunstancias es fácil recaer en el "cientifismo" y confundir los medios por los fines.

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  • 614 volver a calcular

    Ex. This can range from simple adding of columns to automatic recalculation of all related figures when one is changed (as in a spreadsheet; see below).
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    Ex: This can range from simple adding of columns to automatic recalculation of all related figures when one is changed (as in a spreadsheet; see below).

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  • 615 volver a cargar

    (v.) = reload
    Ex. Its major weakness is its inability to update easily and modify records without reloading the entire data base.
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    (v.) = reload

    Ex: Its major weakness is its inability to update easily and modify records without reloading the entire data base.

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  • 616 volver a casarse

    (v.) = remarry
    Ex. It was common for printers' widows to take over their husbands' businesses, at least until they remarried.
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    (v.) = remarry

    Ex: It was common for printers' widows to take over their husbands' businesses, at least until they remarried.

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  • 617 volver a clasificar

    (v.) = refolder
    Ex. The initial decision to refolder all of the senatorial papers affected the processing rates.
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    (v.) = refolder

    Ex: The initial decision to refolder all of the senatorial papers affected the processing rates.

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  • 618 volver a combinar

    (v.) = recombine [re-combine]
    Ex. The indexer is required to analyse the subject of a document into its constituent elements and the to recombine, or synthesize, these concepts.
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    (v.) = recombine [re-combine]

    Ex: The indexer is required to analyse the subject of a document into its constituent elements and the to recombine, or synthesize, these concepts.

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  • 619 volver a comprimir

    (v.) = recompress
    Ex. One needs to be careful in the long term that one's tools don't go out of date; if that's about to happen, one needs to uncompress using the old tool and recompress using whatever new tool there is.
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    (v.) = recompress

    Ex: One needs to be careful in the long term that one's tools don't go out of date; if that's about to happen, one needs to uncompress using the old tool and recompress using whatever new tool there is.

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  • 620 volver a comprobar

    (v.) = check back
    Ex. Inquirers should be advised to leave their names and phone numbers or to check back after staff members have had time to consider the question.
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    (v.) = check back

    Ex: Inquirers should be advised to leave their names and phone numbers or to check back after staff members have had time to consider the question.

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