re-creation


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re-creation

n
1. the state or instance of creating again or anew: the re-creation of the Russian Empire.
2. (Ballet) a simulation or re-enactment of a scene, place, time, etc: a re-creation of a vineyard kitchen.
3. (Dancing) a simulation or re-enactment of a scene, place, time, etc: a re-creation of a vineyard kitchen.
4. (Film) a simulation or re-enactment of a scene, place, time, etc: a re-creation of a vineyard kitchen.
5. (Theatre) a simulation or re-enactment of a scene, place, time, etc: a re-creation of a vineyard kitchen.
6. (Broadcasting) a simulation or re-enactment of a scene, place, time, etc: a re-creation of a vineyard kitchen.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.re-creation - the act of creating againre-creation - the act of creating again    
creation, creative activity - the human act of creating
Translations

re-create

(riːkriˈeit) verb
to describe or show realistically. In the film, they had tried to recreate the horrors of the war.
ˌre-creˈation noun
References in classic literature ?
Mam'selle Pauline had been touched by the re-creation of Valmet.
Angelou narrates as visitors witness the re-creation of the beginning of the cosmos around the theatre's bowl-shaped screen--35 feet in diameter and eight feet deep.
While we felt that the re-creation of an "urban" environment within the suburban context of New Rochelle would work, at the same time, we felt that the location, only 25 miles outside of New York, better lent itself to a more anonymous architectural interpretation of urban life, somewhat idealized, but certainly familiar.
Couples could opt for a re-creation of the romantic woodland wedding of Mel Gibson and Catherine McCormack in Braveheart or the Mafia marriage scene in The Godfather - and many others.
is a full-scale 12.000-pound re-creation of Whitney Museum director David Ross's office--tilted at a 30-degree angle, which generates an unnerving sense of vertigo to those who peer inside.
His novel Soundjata; ou, l'epopee mandingue (1960; Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali ) is a highly successful re-creation of the life and times of the illustrious 13th-century founder of the Mali empire, recounted in the voice of a tribal storyteller.
The notion of re-creation. More and more I'm sensing that kind of optimism belongs now to immigrants in this country--certainly to Mexicans that I meet--and less and less so to the native-born.
Best behind-the-scenes story by a pundit: Jack Nelson of the Los Angeles Times, for his riveting re-creation of Bob Dornan and his fellow Venutians persuading Bush and Baker that the way to bring down Clinton was to allege that he had sneaked off to the Soviet Union in the late 1960s and begged the KGB to let him defect.
Oil City Symphony at the Circle in the Square Theatre on Bleecker Street is a fairly thorough re-creation of a cornball musicale presented in an Ohio high-school auditorium by four middle-aged amateur musicians, who sing and play some pop concert favorites and some of their own exercises in easy listening.
More than 100 arts events will be taking place throughout the city centre from June 8 to 15 - and this year's theme is re-creation.
The salubong is a symbolic re-creation of the meeting between Jesus Christ and His mother, the Virgin Mary, after His resurrection from the dead 2,000 years ago.