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 rehabilitated building or dwelling • rehab verbrehabber noun

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