rehab

[ree-hab] Informal.
noun
2.
a rehabilitated building.
adjective
3.
of or pertaining to rehabilitation: funds for new rehab projects.
verb (used with object), rehabbed, rehabbing.
4.
to rehabilitate.

Origin:
by shortening

rehabber, noun
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rehab (ˈriːhæb)
 
n
1.  short for rehabilitation
2.  treatment for drink or drug addiction
3.  informal (NZ) short for Rehabilitation Department

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rehab re·hab (rē'hāb')
n.
Rehabilitation.

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rehab
rehabilitation
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Example sentences
She visited an inner city hospital, a rural hospital, and a private alternative
  treatment rehab facility.
Surgery and rehab, surgery and rehab, and more surgery.
But when he ran into her three years later at a rehab center, he was shocked to
  find her awake and capable of talking to him.
The rehab team gave him a handheld organizer that beeps when he has
  appointments.
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