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be reborn

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe rebornbe reborn literarya) to become active or popular again In the past decade, the city has been reborn. b) START TO HAPPEN, EXIST ETCto be born again, especially according to some beliefs, ancient stories etc reborn
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be rebornThe black market in hard currency was reborn.But as you said to me in the lodge, he will be reborn after his death as a warrior.We are reborn as a modern people, brisk and self-sure.In 1985 the company was reborn as Quantum Computer Services.Through it we are reborn by the Holy Spirit.The Star was reborn in 1941 with a new format and a renewed sense of purpose.He wants to be reborn now.In a sense the Earth was reborn without leaving a trace of its early history.
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