Definitions

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  • verb transitive To clean again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ clean

Examples

  • For every gallon of tap water you use, your utility company has to extract it, clean it, pump it to your house, pump it back out, reclean it and eventually discharge it.

    Green Lantern: Some use of water is more wasteful than others

  • Colar had to ask Kate for materials to reclean it himself.

    In Gordath Wood: Writer Patrice Sarath » Colar’s story — part I

  • After that go dirty them up again and reclean them so I can get them dirty again.

    A List of Firearms Superlatives

  • You can reclean this light abrasive, store in a repurposed container and save for use another time.

    Open To Interpretation!

  • You can reclean this light abrasive, store in a repurposed container and save for use another time.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • He didn't know if it would fire, but if it didn't, the guide would certainly reclean it then and there.

    Polar Bear

  • The assistant chief watched as she was forced to reclean toilets and showers and was then punished further by being ordered to clean long-neglected storage rooms, light fixtures, and so on, in an ever-lengthening list of humiliating chores.

    Getting Even

  • But a lot of extra work for us, as we had to reclean almost everything, then put it all back together again to use it.

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  • In that box the revolver had lain, and here every day through all the year, John Bard retired to clean and oil his gun, oil and reclean it, keeping it ready for the crisis.

    Trailin'!

  • It seems using the reclean usernames option from STK has fixed access to the account used to automate phpbb3 install. by MacBook Pro » Mon Apr 26, 2010 10: 28 pm

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