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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reeducate.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism are routinely "reeducated" by Chinese authorities and asked to denounce the Dalai Lama, whom they regard as their spiritual leader.

    China and the Church

  • Building communist utopia: 1 million refugees, hundreds of thousands of "reeducated" political prisoners, basic human rights suppressed, economy ruined while the rest of Asia is thriving

    Daimnation!: The fall of Saigon Ho Chi Minh City

  • We were to live in villages among the peasants and be 'reeducated' by them.

    WILD SWANS THREE DAUGHTERS OF CHINA

  • He is required to labor with workers and peasants and even to be "reeducated" by them.

    An Exchange on The Human Prospect

  • Thus, despite all of the minority groups purged or "reeducated" by the Bureaucratic State, the pure mathematicians went unsuspected about the destruction of that state, innocent even in their own minds of revolutionary motives.

    Cities In Flight

  • The cells were extracted and "reeducated" to attack the virus using samples of HIV also taken from individual patients.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • He commits thoughtcrime, has an illicit affair with a subversive sexpot, is caught, tortured, and "reeducated" to the doublethinking ways of the state.

    Atlantic Ave.

  • He commits thoughtcrime, has an illicit affair with a subversive sexpot, is caught, tortured, and "reeducated" to the doublethinking ways of the state.

    Atlantic Ave.

  • He commits thoughtcrime, has an illicit affair with a subversive sexpot, is caught, tortured, and "reeducated" to the doublethinking ways of the state.

    Atlantic Ave.

  • He commits thoughtcrime, has an illicit affair with a subversive sexpot, is caught, tortured, and "reeducated" to the doublethinking ways of the state.

    Atlantic Ave.

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