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rebelatation after surgery

English translation: rehabilitation

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00:02 Jan 18, 2002
English to English translations [Non-PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: rebelatation after surgery
rebelation after surgery
christine toro
English translation:rehabilitation
Explanation:
that might be the word you are looking for.

cfr.
"Main Entry: re.ha.bil.i.tate
Pronunciation: "rE-&-'bi-l&-"tAt, "rE-h&-
Function: transitive verb
Etymology: Medieval Latin rehabilitatus, past participle of rehabilitare, from Latin re- + Late Latin habilitare to habilitate
Date: circa 1581
Inflected Form(s): -tat.ed; -tat.ing
1 a : to restore to a former capacity : REINSTATE b : to restore to good repute : reestablish the good name of
2 a : to restore to a former state (as of efficiency, good management, or solvency) b : to restore or bring to a condition of health or useful and constructive activity
- re.ha.bil.i.ta.tion /-"bi-l&-'tA-sh&n/ noun
- re.ha.bil.i.ta.tive /-'bi-l&-"tA-tiv/ adjective
- re.ha.bil.i.ta.tor /-"tA-t&r/ noun"

HTH,

Serge L.
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4 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +8
rehabilitation


Explanation:
that might be the word you are looking for.

cfr.
"Main Entry: re.ha.bil.i.tate
Pronunciation: "rE-&-'bi-l&-"tAt, "rE-h&-
Function: transitive verb
Etymology: Medieval Latin rehabilitatus, past participle of rehabilitare, from Latin re- + Late Latin habilitare to habilitate
Date: circa 1581
Inflected Form(s): -tat.ed; -tat.ing
1 a : to restore to a former capacity : REINSTATE b : to restore to good repute : reestablish the good name of
2 a : to restore to a former state (as of efficiency, good management, or solvency) b : to restore or bring to a condition of health or useful and constructive activity
- re.ha.bil.i.ta.tion /-"bi-l&-'tA-sh&n/ noun
- re.ha.bil.i.ta.tive /-'bi-l&-"tA-tiv/ adjective
- re.ha.bil.i.ta.tor /-"tA-t&r/ noun"

HTH,

Serge L.


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Serge L
Local time: 02:30
PRO pts in pair: 9
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Marian Greenfield: absolutely
11 mins

agree  Patrick McKeown: definitely; JFI: google gives "rebelation" as the name of ska group
1 hr

agree  Gilda Manara
6 hrs

agree  cochrum
7 hrs

agree  Gayle Wallimann
7 hrs

agree  Bob Kerns
13 hrs

agree  Liv Bliss
17 hrs

agree  Amit Tripuraneni
2 days 5 hrs
  -> thanks to all of you
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