verb (used with object), regenerated, regenerating.
to effect a complete moral reform in.
to re-create, reconstitute, or make over, especially in a better form or condition.
to revive or produce anew; bring into existence again.
Biology. to renew or restore (a lost, removed, or injured part).
Physics. to restore (a substance) to a favorable state or physical condition.
Electronics. to magnify the amplification of, by relaying part of the output circuit power into the input circuit.
Theology. to cause to be born again spiritually.
verb (used without object), regenerated, regenerating.
to come into existence or be formed again.
to reform; become regenerate.
to produce a regenerative effect.
to undergo regeneration.
reconstituted or made over in a better form.
Theology. born again spiritually.
to undergo or cause to undergo moral, spiritual, or physical renewal or invigoration
to form or be formed again; come or bring into existence once again
to replace (lost or damaged tissues or organs) by new growth, or to cause (such tissues) to be replaced
(chem) to restore or be restored to an original physical or chemical state
(transitive) (electronics) (in a digital system) to reshape (distorted incoming pulses) for onward transmission
morally, spiritually, or physically renewed or reborn; restored or refreshed
- Register office
noun 1. (Brit) a government office where civil marriages are performed and births, marriages, and deaths are recorded Often called registry office
noun 1. (in some states of the U.S.) the official charged with the probate of wills or with the keeping of the records of the probate court.
- Register set
All a processor’s registers. The size and arrangement of a processor’s register set is one of the crucial factors in its performance.
- Register spilling
programming, compiler (By analogy with spilling the contents of an overfull container) When a compiler is generating machine code and there are more live variables than the machine has registers and it has to transfer or “spill” some variables from registers to memory. (1997-06-24)