Definition of Reactivation

1. Noun. The activation of something previously inactive or inactivated. ¹



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Definition of Reactivation

1. activation [n -S] - See also: activation

Medical Definition of Reactivation

1. The restoration of activity to something that has been inactivated. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reactivation

reactionarily
reactionary
reactionaryism
reactionaryisms
reactionism
reactionist
reactionists
reactionless
reactions
reactivable
reactivatable
reactivate
reactivated
reactivates
reactivating
reactivation (current term)
reactivations
reactivator
reactivators
reactive
reactive armor
reactive armour
reactive astrocyte
reactive attachment disorder
reactive cell
reactive depression
reactive hyperaemia
reactive inhibition
reactive intermediate

Literary usage of Reactivation

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1. Caribbean Basin Financing Opportunities: Guide to Financing Trade (1992)
"... CR Agriculture and Industrial reactivation Fund The Agriculture and Industrial reactivation Fund ..."

2. Andean and Caribbean Basin Financing Directory (1994)
"... CR Agriculture and Industrial reactivation Fund The Agriculture and Industrial reactivation Fund (AIR), a Costa Rica Central Bank ..."

3. Tax Administration: IRS Can Do More to Collect Taxes Labeled Currently Not by Cornelia M. Blanchette (1998)
"The 65-week reactivation hold period prevents timely collection action when the situation that led to the CNC classification changes. ..."

4. The Journal of Medical Research (1908)
"If the complement is of such an amount as to cause optimum reactivation, but only slight destruction by itself, the plating may properly be carried out at ..."

5. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"Nevertheless the results of kinetic studies on the reactivation of the inhibited ... Regarding the dosage of PAM, a marked reactivation of the inhibited ..."

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