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reconstitute

verb
     
re‧con‧sti‧tute [transitive]
1 to form an organization or a group again in a different way:
The committees will be reconstituted after the election.
reconstitute something as something
In 1832 the firm was reconstituted as Mills and Co.
2 to change dried food back to its original form by adding water to it:
reconstituted milk
reconstitution noun [uncountable]

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