noun see rehab

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  • rehabber — See rehab. * * * …   Universalium

  • rehabber — noun A person who rehabilitates buildings …   Wiktionary

  • rehabber — re·hab·ber …   English syllables

  • rehabber — noun see rehab …   Useful english dictionary

  • rehab — rehabber, n. /ree hab /, n., adj., v., rehabbed, rehabbing. Informal. n. 1. rehabilitation. 2. a rehabilitated building. adj. 3. of or pertaining to rehabilitation: funds for new rehab projects. v.t. 4. to rehabilitate. [by shortening] * * * …   Universalium

  • rehab — noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: short for rehabilitation or rehabilitate Date: 1941 1. the action or process of rehabilitating ; rehabilitation; especially a program for rehabilitating especially drug or alcohol abusers 2. a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • rehab — /ˈrihæb/ (say reehab) noun Colloquial 1. → rehabilitation (def. 4). 2. NZ → rehabilitation (def. 5). –verb (t) (rehabbed, rehabbing) 3. to provide wildlife rehabilitation for (an animal). –rehabber …   Australian English dictionary

  • wildlife rehabilitation — /waɪldlaɪf rihəbɪləˈteɪʃən/ (say wuyldluyf reehuhbiluh tayshuhn) noun the restoration of the health of an injured, orphaned, or sick wild animal by temporarily removing it from its native habitat for treatment, with the goal of returning it once… …   Australian English dictionary

  • rehab — [rē′hab΄] n. short for REHABILITATION vt. rehabbed, rehabbing short for REHABILITATE [to rehab an old house] rehabber n …   English World dictionary

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