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verb [transitive] rediscover pronunciation in British English /ˌriːdɪˈskʌvə(r)/
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present tense
I/you/we/theyrediscover
he/she/itrediscovers
present participlerediscovering
past tenserediscovered
past participlerediscovered
  1. 1
    to realize again that you like something by doing it again after not doing it for a long time
    She was in her sixties when she rediscovered her love of painting.
  2. 2
    to find something that has been lost for a long time
    The ancient wall was rediscovered by builders.
    1. a.
      used about feelings and abilities
      It’s good to see she’s rediscovered her sense of humour.

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