verb (used without object), reflated, reflating.
to increase again the amount of money and credit in circulation.
verb (used with object), reflated, reflating.
to increase (money and credit) again.

1930–35; back formation from reflation Unabridged
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reflate (riːˈfleɪt)
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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