verb (used with object)
to make full or complete again, as by supplying what is lacking, used up, etc.:
to replenish one's stock of food.
to supply (a fire, stove, etc.) with fresh fuel.
to fill again or anew.
long stem of
to fill (derivative of
to make full or complete again by supplying what has been used up or is lacking
to put fresh fuel on (a fire)
[C14: from Old French
to fill, from Latin
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If it is to perform well the next year, those nutrients must be replenished.
However, when consumption of these resources exceeds the rate at which they are replenished, the resource may be exhausted.
All over the globe farmers and municipalities are pumping water out of the ground faster than it can be replenished.
Hydroelectric power is renewable because water is constantly replenished through precipitation.
If desert communities use groundwater faster than it is replenished, water shortages can occur.
But truly devoted caregivers have learned a great secret, which is that kindness is replenished by the act of practicing it.
However, the breed was replenished two years later with similar animals from nearby valleys.
Even nonperishable foods need to be replenished periodically.
Each of those two million traps contains a few pounds of bait that must be replenished every one to three days.
Last year's bonanza replenished stocks, which stood at a seven-year high at the beginning of the year.
During the last two busy years they have been replenished.
Moreover, either the payments or the borrowing or both will need to be trimmed back until the fund is adequately replenished.
The wetlands that have been taken away in the name of flight can also be replenished in the name of flight.
Groundwater is being pumped out much faster than it is being replenished.
Cyclical influences include re-stocking: cereal stocks were run down as prices spiked and need to be replenished.
The batteries also get replenished when the car is coasting or braking.
Some of the money lost then has, however, been replenished.
Many branches of the group have links to housekeepers and hoteliers which mean stocks can be replenished easily.
Those accounts would have to be replenished by next spring or else military might have to cut into its training budget severely.
Tires should be well inflated and wiper fluid should be replenished.
Upon checking in, guests are greeted by fresh flowers and free snacks in their rooms that are replenished throughout their stay.
All soft drinks and snacks in the minibar are free for all guests and replenished daily.
In addition to fresh fruit and flowers, a refrigerator is replenished with preferred liquors and drinking water.
Your in-room mini-bar is also replenished with beverages every day.
Always carry toilet paper, as bath houses may not be regularly replenished.
Rooms include a gift basket of snacks and fresh fruits replenished daily in addition to a minibar.
Each guest room has a fully-stocked mini-bar, which is replenished daily.
The moisture needed for continued growth has to be replenished from air farther away.
Our atmosphere is constantly leaking into space and has to be replenished from the hellish depths of our home planet.
If anything, reforestation and croplands have replenished the ecosystem.
We couldn't understand why the coffee needed to be replenished so quickly.
If the oxygen is released into the air, then you end up with a net zero loss because everything is being replenished.
Normal people know that lost resources cannot be replenished by technology.
Freshwater is the ultimate renewable resource, but humanity is extracting and polluting it faster than it can be replenished.
Dehydration can be mild, moderate, or severe based on how much of the body's fluid is lost or not replenished.
But if it rains, even far away, eventually the shallow reserves are replenished.
When the ranks of the workers are replenished, the course of disease may be dramatically reversed.
From looking at aerial photos, my guess is the generators were on a pier where the fuel tanks could be replenished by boat.
The water consumed by splitting has to be replenished and mixed with electrolyte salts for electrical conductivity.
He speculates that because saliva is constantly replenished, it may show a quicker response than blood.
Over time this variation would be replenished by mutation, but this is a slow process.
It is likely replenished by an extensive reservoir of frozen water deep inside rock once thought to be dry and desolate.
The light tone of the deposits could be from surface frost continuously replenished by ice within the body of the deposit.
In contrast, a shallow aquifer in an area of substantial precipitation may be replenished almost immediately.
In turn, that surface loading is continuously replenished by other sources.
Uranium is a nonrenewable resource that cannot be replenished on a human time scale.
The not replenished method is used to restock the locations manually using items in replenished par locations.
These energy sources are considered renewable sources because they are continuously replenished.
Under the law, the fund is automatically replenished with taxpayer funds every year in perpetuity.
When vending machines are being replenished no visitor traffic to the vending area is permitted.
With infiltration, groundwater is recharged and streams are replenished with cool, clean groundwater in a more natural way.
Don't leave electronics charging if their batteries are already replenished.
This reservoir is constantly replenished with fuel supplied by a fuel pump.