Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of cultivating anew, or the state of being cultivated anew.

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  • noun cultivation again or anew

Etymologies

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re- +‎ cultivation

Examples

  • There is a question mark beside "recultivation," indicating the phrase was too vague.

    The Prague Post

  • He instituted reforms to regulate taxation, improve security in the countryside, encourage recultivation, and correct disorder in the military and administration.

    c. The Mongol Empire and Its Successors

  • In December last year, ministers from both countries agreed to work together on clean production technologies, waste management, recultivation of mining areas, environmentally friendly energy supply, sound tourism and the sustainable use of natural resources.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Ministers for the environment have agreed upon an ambitious work program for the next two years covering the following areas: clean production technologies, waste management, recultivation of mining areas, environmentally friendly energy supply, environmentally sound tourism and the sustainable use of natural resources.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He called on the black community to do everything in its means to assist with the recultivation of a proper culture of learning in black schools and urged the authorities to eliminate inefficiencies and "red tape" which could lead to education being politicised.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He had not exactly resolved to come that day to some decisive proof as to the widow's intention, but he had meant, if possible, to recultivate his friendship with Eleanor, and in his present frame of mind any such recultivation must have ended in a declaration of love.

    Barchester Towers

  • The report is ambiguous, stating it is used, "100 percent for recultivation."

    The Prague Post

  • The upper regions, which serve vine growing as well as relaxation, and the lower viticultural processing plant become connected by the revitalisation and recultivation of the vine regions of the hillside.

    Dezeen

  • But other experts believed that the damages would be several times higher when the recultivation costs are factored in.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • The recultivation project will receive about 1.4 billion rubles ($46.5 million) through the Olympics budget.

    The Moscow Times

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