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reused

[ree-yoozd] /riˈyuzd/
adjective
1.
noting wool that previously has been spun, woven, and used.
Origin
re- + used
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  • The old moat walls will be cut up into fragments that will be reused in the walls of the addition.
  • Once on board the wool will be pressed to recover the oil and then reused.
  • Waiting lists even for reused niches now stretch as long as four years.
  • If a plastic is made from one type of polymer, it can be usually be washed and shredded into pellets that can be reused.
  • The writing can last longer, and the paper can be reused hundreds of times without loss of quality.
  • Logically, if plastic were worth more, then it would be collected and reused.
  • All the material on the site apart from scrap steel, which is removed to be recycled elsewhere, is being reused.
  • Algae may be harvested, dried, and reused as fertilizer.
  • Water used for human or other purposes on the ship will have to be recovered, cleaned, and reused over and over again.
  • Put it in a giant box that you remove at the register, the giant box can be reused.

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