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  1. rehab

    • IPA[ˈrēˌhab]

    美式

    • n.
      a course of treatment for drug or alcohol dependence, typically at a residential facility;a course of treatment designed to reverse the debilitating effects of an injury
    • v.
      rehabilitate or restore
    • noun: rehab, plural noun: rehabs

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    名詞

    • 1. informal a course of treatment for drug or alcohol dependence, typically at a residential facility the star has been in rehab for a week Mark went into rehab two years ago
    • a course of treatment designed to reverse the debilitating effects of an injury their best hitter has been in rehab since August
    • 2. US informal a thing, especially a building, that has been rehabilitated or restored a homeowner who discovers his rehab straddles the San Andreas fault
    • 3. Australian, New Zealand, Canadian informal, historical help given to reintroduce a person into civilian life after a period of military service, especially by a government department he'd had to bum around for a few years before approaching the Rehab by August 2004 soldiers' rehab days had dropped from 110 to 85 for men

    動詞

    • 1. North American informal rehabilitate or restore they don't rehab you at all in jail
    • n.
      a farm bought with government assistance by a serviceman returned from the Second World War: there were two other Rehab farms next to ours

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    • IPA[ˈriːhab]

    英式

    • n.
      a course of treatment for drug or alcohol dependence, typically at a residential facility: the star has been in rehab for a week Mark went into rehab two years ago
    • v.
      rehabilitate or restore: they don't rehab you at all in jail

    Oxford Dictionary