[ree-ak-tuh-veyt] /riˈæk təˌveɪt/
verb (used with object), reactivated, reactivating.
to render active again; revive.
verb (used without object), reactivated, reactivating.
to be active again.
(transitive) to make (something) active or functional again
1902, from re- “back, again” + activate. Related: Reactivated; reactivating; reactivation.
reactivate re·ac·ti·vate (rē-āk’tə-vāt’)
v. re·ac·ti·vat·ed, re·ac·ti·vat·ing, re·ac·ti·vates
noun, Electricity. 1. the component in an alternating-current circuit that does not contribute power because it is 90° out of phase with the voltage or current.
noun 1. depression occurring in response to some situational stress, as loss of one’s job. reactive depression re·ac·tive depression (rē-āk’tĭv) n. Depression precipitated by something intensely sad or distressing.
- Reactive hyperemia
reactive hyperemia n. Hyperemia in a part resulting from the restoration of its temporarily blocked blood flow.
[ree-ak-tiv] /riˈæk tɪv/ adjective 1. tending to . 2. pertaining to or characterized by reaction. 3. Electricity. pertaining to or characterized by reactance. /rɪˈæktɪv/ adjective 1. readily partaking in chemical reactions: sodium is a reactive metal, free radicals are very reactive 2. of, concerned with, or having a reactance 3. responsive to stimulus 4. (of […]