Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • transitive verb To provide with new, usually improved housing.

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  • verb transitive To give a new house to; to relocate someone to a new house.

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  • verb put up in a new or different housing

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Examples

  • The Act also provides for $2 billion in new Neighborhood Stabilization Funds to help maintain ailing neighborhoods and $1.5 billion in Homelessness Prevention Funds to keep people in their homes or rapidly rehouse them;

    The Rev. Chuck Currie:

  • The Act also provides for $2 billion in new Neighborhood Stabilization Funds to help maintain ailing neighborhoods and $1.5 billion in Homelessness Prevention Funds to keep people in their homes or rapidly rehouse them;

    President Barack Obama

  • The Act also provides for $2 billion in new Neighborhood Stabilization Funds to help maintain ailing neighborhoods and $1.5 billion in Homelessness Prevention Funds to keep people in their homes or rapidly rehouse them;

    Poverty

  • The Act also provides for $2 billion in new Neighborhood Stabilization Funds to help maintain ailing neighborhoods and $1.5 billion in Homelessness Prevention Funds to keep people in their homes or rapidly rehouse them;

    Ask The President To Address Poverty During The State Of The Union

  • The Filipino government claims it would cost about a third of the national budget to rehouse Manila's slum dwellers.

    Want to know what to do about slum dwellers? Try listening to them

  • The Act also provides for $2 billion in new Neighborhood Stabilization Funds to help maintain ailing neighborhoods and $1.5 billion in Homelessness Prevention Funds to keep people in their homes or rapidly rehouse them;

    Ask The President To Address Poverty During The State Of The Union

  • But HUD Assistant Secretary Mercedes Marquez says something else wasn't reflected, and that's the impact of $1.5 billion Congress approved last year to help prevent families from becoming homeless and to quickly rehouse those who do.

    Homeless Numbers Dip, But More Families Suffer

  • Sérgio Cabral promised in 2007 to rehouse 15,000 people living in risky areas, but has managed to relocate only about 750 thus far.

    Death Toll in Brazil Mudslides Worsens

  • Sérgio Cabral promised in 2007 to rehouse 15,000 people living in risky areas, but has managed to relocate only about 750 thus far.

    Death Toll in Brazil Mudslides Worsens

  • They are advertising government plans to rehouse the 1.3 million people who live in the Khayelitsha township.

    World Cup 2010: The coming out party that will make a mint for Fifa

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