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recurred, past tense; recurred, past participle; recurs, 3rd person singular present; recurring, present participle;
Occur again, periodically, or repeatedly
- when the symptoms
, the doctor diagnosed something different
(of a thought, image, or memory) Come back to one's mind
- Steve's words kept
Go back to (something) in thought or speech
- the book remained a favorite and she constantly
happen or occur again; "This is a recurring story"
return in thought or speech to something
fall back: have recourse to; "The government resorted to rationing meat"
(recurring) coming back; "a revenant ghost"
(Recurring (album)) Recurring was the fourth and final Spacemen 3 studio album, finally released (after considerable delay) in 1991, some time after the band had broken up. ...
To have recourse (to) someone or something for assistance, support etc; To happen again; To recurse
(recurring) Happening frequently, with repetition; Of a decimal: having a set of digits that is repeated indefinitely
(Recurring) The job was scheduled as a recurring report using the date and time selected by the user; and
(recurring) This means an activity that occurs multiple times, such as one which has been scheduled to occur every Monday.
to occur again; reappearance of cancer cells at the same site or in another location.
To occur again. If cancer recurs it is called a recurrence.
cancer that returns after treatment to the same site or a new site in the body.
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