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reconstitute

re·con·sti·tute / rēˈkänstəˌt(y)oōt/ • v. [tr.] build up again from parts; reconstruct. ∎  change the form and organization of (an institution): he reconstituted his cabinet. ∎  restore (something dried, esp. food) to its original state by adding water to it: [as adj.] (reconstituted) reconstituted milk. DERIVATIVES: re·con·sti·tu·tion / ˌrēˌkänstəˈt(y)oōshən/ n.

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reconstitute

reconstitute To rebuild, generally used to denote the recovery process necessary to restore a system to an operational state after some error. It usually involves resorting to a backup state and running appropriate programs.

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