reflate

[ri-fleyt]
verb (used without object), reflated, reflating.
1.
to increase again the amount of money and credit in circulation.
verb (used with object), reflated, reflating.
2.
to increase (money and credit) again.

Origin:
1930–35; back formation from reflation

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reflate (riːˈfleɪt)
 
vb
to inflate or be inflated again
 
[C20: back formation from reflation]

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Example sentences
Many holes can be picked in their pledges to reflate the world economy and
  re-regulate global finance.
Falling prices mean that real interest rates cannot be negative when required
  to reflate a sick economy.
If nothing else, it should publicly revive discussion of alternative plans to
  reflate the economy.
It therefore has to find an alternative way to reflate the economy.
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