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Date: 1600-1700
Language: Old French
Origin: replenir, from plein 'full'

replenish

verb
     
re‧plen‧ish [transitive]
formal to put new supplies into something, or to fill something again:
More vaccines are needed to replenish our stocks.
replenishment noun [uncountable]

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