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] 〔rìhbìltéin〕 [U]
1 社会復帰, リハビリテーション（((略式))rehab）
a rehabilitation center
2 再建, 更生, 復興；復権, 復職, 名誉回復
rehabilitation work on houses damaged in the earthquake
- Something, especially a building, that has undergone rehabilitation.
To rehabilitate: "purchased and rehabbed eight units of housing" (Hatfield MA Valley Advocate).
1 リハビリ, 麻薬・アルコール中毒からの更正(rehabilitation)
go into rehab
1 ＝rehabilitate.2 …を改装する.
rehabber re'hab'ber n.