verb (used with object), rehydrated, rehydrating.
to restore moisture or fluid to (something dehydrated).
rehydration re·hy·dra·tion (rē’hī-drā’shən)
The restoration of fluid to a dehydrated substance.
The replenishment of bodily fluids.
rehydrate re·hy·drate (rē-hī’drāt’)
v. re·hy·drat·ed, re·hy·drat·ing, re·hy·drates
To cause rehydration of something.
To replenish the body fluids of an individual.
friendly, one who maintained true allegiance to king David (1 Kings 1:8) when Adonijah rebelled.
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noun 1. the former German national bank.