Adjective "recirculated" definition and examples

(Recirculated may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/riːˈsəːkjʊleɪt/

Definitions and examples

verb

Circulate again.
  1. 'For instance, it lobbies for policies to tailor technology for regional use and to recirculate financial capital locally.'
  2. 'But new recruits are blind to its impotence - in part because the world's news and entertainment media keep recirculating the myth that violence is the ultimate form of power.'
  3. 'As noted, it was abolished in August 1991 when it became tainted with allegations that applicants were ‘buying’ visas and the funds required to qualify were being recirculated amongst applicants.'
  4. 'Here the activity recognised in the ‘active’ audience is one of the audience actively engaging with programme content - resisting, reformulating and recirculating the messages and meanings on offer.'
  5. 'He does not recirculate the myth of an immigrant America.'
  6. 'The problem of the urban poor cannot be remedied simply by racial toleration, nor even by recirculating monies and utilities.'
  7. 'She will also propose penalties for papers that recirculate rumours without providing evidence.'
  8. 'Therefore the money that was spent was merely recirculated in the economy, and Iraqi oil money is a bonus.'
  9. 'The centre later checks the currency for wear and dirt, disposing of some and recirculating the remainder back to financial institutions, King said.'
  10. 'After losing its heat, the water recirculates within the in-ground pipes to be warmed by the mass of the earth.'
  11. 'Water recirculates through a pump placed in a fiberglass pond liner beneath the pot; stones cover the liner.'
  12. 'The edge of the pool lies slightly below the waterline, so water spills over the rim and recirculates from a downhill basin.'

More definitions

1. to move in a circle or circuit; move or pass through a circuit back to the starting point: Blood circulates throughout the body.

2. to pass from place to place, from person to person, etc.: She circulated among her guests.

3. to be distributed or sold, especially over a wide area.

4. Library Science. (of books and other materials) to be available for borrowing by patrons of a library for a specified period of time. verb (used

More examples(as adjective)

"waters can be recirculated."

Origin

(circulate)