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  • verb transitive To make green again (especially urban developments or ripened fruit).


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re- +‎ green


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  • Since then, Longue Vue has been very active in helping to regreen Pontchartrain Park, which suffered severe damage to both homes and green spaces.

    Edith Rosenwald Stern.

  • And finally, design your own renovation or regreen your dream home with Autodesk's "Homestyler."


  • There's a great opportunity ahead to regreen Haiti -- and turn the doomsday clock back.


  • Hopefully, she will have enough gumption to recover on her own and regreen during the next few weeks.

    | INFORUM | Fargo, ND

  • "Certainly we need to regreen Galveston, but we need to do it in a water smart way," Wade said.

    The Daily News - News


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