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recurrent

re·cur·rent / riˈkərənt; -ˈkə-rənt/ • adj. 1. occurring often or repeatedly: she had a recurrent dream about falling. ∎  (of a disease or symptom) recurring after apparent cure or remission: recurrent fever. 2. Anat. (of a nerve or blood vessel) turning back so as to reverse direction. DERIVATIVES: re·cur·rent·ly adv.

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recurrent

recurrent (ri-ku-rĕnt) adj.
1. (in anatomy) describing a structure, such as a nerve or blood vessel, that turns back on its course, forming a loop.

2. occurring repeatedly. r. miscarriage see miscarriage.

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