English words and Examples of Usage

use "reconstruct" in a sentence

Israel is concerned that building materials will be used by militants to reconstruct tunnels.

He lost his memory in the accident, and needed help to reconstruct the events of the previous few days.

There, he rented a small cottage and set about trying to reconstruct his life.

Normalcy returns to Fairy Tail as its members begin to reconstruct their guildhall.

The police are using eyewitness reports of the murder in an attempt to reconstruct the events of the night.

A team of doctors worked for over 10 hours to reconstruct the face of a young boy who was badly injured in a car accident.

The government is compelled to reconstruct national finance.

France's reconciliation and cooperation with Germany have proved central to the economic integration of Europe. reconstruct

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Since World War Two, Japan has been able to reconstruct itself into one of the most dynamic economies in the world.

For many years no-one was able to reconstruct Van Leeuwenhoek's design techniques.

Since World War Two, Japan has been able to reconstruct itself into one of the most dynamic economies in the world.

Researchers were able to reconstruct an earlier form of the language by comparing it with related languages.

After the war, the Allies helped pay to reconstruct the countries devastated during the bombing of Europe.

Japan has to reconstruct its economy.

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