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Definition of "reabsorption" [re•ab•sorp•tion]

  • The subsequent absorption of emitted radiation (noun)
  • The subsequent absorption of a secreted substance (noun)

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Use "reabsorption" in a sentence
  • "The term 'reabsorption' here stands as an instance of all the states of"
  • "One name is "process theology," but I shall rather call it "reabsorption theology," for the word "reabsorption" highlights the allegedly inevitable end point of human history as well as its supposed starting point in a precreation union with God."
  • "It is designed to block reabsorption of blood sugar and causes excretion of the glucose in urine."