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  • verb To accumulate again

Etymologies

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re- +‎ accumulate

Examples

  • With an overabundance of nutrients in the ocean, the fastest reproducers such as plankton and algae gobbled up everything, starving other species and leading to ecosystem collapse.42 Once this was completed, carbon started to reaccumulate, paving the way for a new ecosystem with new species to develop.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • With an overabundance of nutrients in the ocean, the fastest reproducers such as plankton and algae gobbled up everything, starving other species and leading to ecosystem collapse.42 Once this was completed, carbon started to reaccumulate, paving the way for a new ecosystem with new species to develop.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • With an overabundance of nutrients in the ocean, the fastest reproducers such as plankton and algae gobbled up everything, starving other species and leading to ecosystem collapse.42 Once this was completed, carbon started to reaccumulate, paving the way for a new ecosystem with new species to develop.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • With this rotation system, a hectare is planted once every 20 years, allowing the soil to reaccumulate vital plant nutrients.

    Agriculture

  • For a moment they watched the open chest, waiting in dread for the blood to reaccumulate.

    Bloodstream

  • For a moment they watched the open chest, waiting in dread for the blood to reaccumulate.

    Bloodstream

  • For a moment they watched the open chest, waiting in dread for the blood to reaccumulate.

    Bloodstream

  • But the pus was pretty certain to reaccumulate in course of time, and it became necessary again and again to repeat the process.

    Fragments of science, V. 1-2

  • This allows the Timeless protein to reaccumulate during the next day, making sure that the clock mechanism continues to tick. "

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • This allows the Timeless protein to reaccumulate during the next day, making sure that the clock mechanism continues to tick. "

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