reconstructing, present participle; reconstructed, past tense; reconstructed, past participle; reconstructs, 3rd person singular present;
Build or form (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed
a small area of painted Roman plaster has been reconstructed
later emperors reconstructed the army
Form an impression, model, or reenactment of (a past event or thing) from the available evidence
from copies of correspondence it is possible to reconstruct the broad sequence of events
Reenact (a crime or other incident) with the aim of discovering the culprit or cause
reconstructing the last walk of murdered Tracey
reassemble mentally; "reconstruct the events of 20 years ago"
rebuild: build again; "The house was rebuild after it was hit by a bomb"
cause somebody to adapt or reform socially or politically
restore: return to its original or usable and functioning condition; "restore the forest to its original pristine condition"
remodel: do over, as of (part of) a house; "We are remodeling these rooms"
(reconstructed) adapted to social or economic change; "a reconstructed feminist"
ReConStruction is the 10th occasional North American Science Fiction Convention. It was held in Raleigh, North Carolina, on August 5-8, 2010, at the Raleigh Convention Center, Marriott City Center, and the Downtown Raleigh Sheraton. ...
(Reconstruction (2001 film)) Reconstruction is a 2001 documentary made by Irene Lusztig that investigates the Ioanid Gang bank heist committed in 1959 in Communist Romania. The film focuses on Monica Sevianu, Lusztig's grandmother, and the only female involved in the heist.
(Reconstruction (2003 film)) Reconstruction is the psychological romantic drama film and the debut of Christoffer Boe, who also wrote the screenplay together with Mogens Rukov. ...
(Reconstruction (architecture)) Reconstruction is an architectural term meaning returning a damaged building to a known earlier state by the introduction of new materials. ...
(Reconstruction (band)) Reconstruction was a band formed by John Kahn to occupy him while Jerry Garcia, his long-time musical collaborator, was busy with the Grateful Dead. The band's original guitar player was Jerry Miller, best-known for performing with Moby Grape. ...
(Reconstruction (criminal investigation)) Crime scene reconstruction is the use of scientific methods, physical evidence, deductive reasoning, and their interrelationships to gain explicit knowledge of the series of events that surround the commission of a crime. ...
To construct again; to restore
A Reconstructed title is assigned to a vehicle previously titled as Salvage-Repairable and has been repaired and inspected. This title requires a sub-brand of Prior Fire, Vandalism, Collision, Theft or Flood.
Reconstructed vehicles lose all identity as to make and model and do not carry the original make, year, and VIN. They usually have been reconstructed from various vehicles.
(Reconstruction) The act or process of depicting, by means of new construction, the form, features, and detailing of a none-surviving site, landscape, building, structure, or object for the purpose of replicating its appearance at a specific period of time and in its historic location
(Reconstruction) This includes share splits, consolidations, and capital reductions plans of arrangement and name changes.
(Reconstruction) Surgical rebuilding of an injured joint.
(reconstruction) [language change] A technique for determining earlier forms of a language. This is achieved by analysing and comparing early attestations (first texts) in one or more languages.
(reconstruction) Many different techniques are used to reconstruct a breast following a mastectomy or to correct breast deformities. Breast reconstruction techniques use either breast implants or a woman's own tissues to create a new, natural looking breast.
(RECONSTRUCTION) A term for the image of a (largely but not exclusively) historical flag that is based upon written sources only.
(RECONSTRUCTION) A hypothetical earlier form of a word that probably existed, but for which no direct evidence is available. Linguists normally mark reconstructions by placing an asterisk in front of them. This marks them as a hypothetical word. ...
(RECONSTRUCTION) Period from 1865-1877, Confederate states were rebuilt and brought back in the Union
(RECONSTRUCTION) We miss most events. But we can still describe them, in two ways. We can use out-of-time quotes from people who were there, recounting what happened. ...
(RECONSTRUCTION) of an enterprise: a complex of construction works and technical and organizational agreements connected with modification of the existing workshops and the main, subsidiary and servicing grounds without expanding the existing main buildings and premises and aimed at the increase ...