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 Translation for 'to reclaim' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to reclaim | reclaimed | reclaimed
reclaiming | reclaims
SYNO to domesticate | to domesticise | to domesticize | ...
търг.
to reclaim {verb}
рекламирам [несв.] [правя рекламация]
to reclaim [recycle] {verb} рециклирам [несв.] [оползотворявам отпадъци]
to reclaim sb. [dated] {verb} поправям нкг. [несв.] [превъзпитавам]
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Usage Examples English
  • Almost immediately after, an anonymous supporter of John (known as pseudo-Martyrius) wrote a funeral oration to reclaim John as a symbol of Christian orthodoxy.
  • The 2010 Braves' season featured an attempt to reclaim a postseason berth for the first time since 2005.
  • It was originally used in the aftermath of the Franco-Prussian War for nationalists intending to reclaim the lost territory of Alsace-Lorraine.
  • This was to reclaim their temple which was destroyed by Islamic iconoclasts.
  • There are also small pieces of land along the border region that Bangladesh is diplomatically trying to reclaim.

  • In the aftermath of the battle at Bothwell Bridge, Binning's widow (now Barbara Gordon) tried to reclaim the family estate at Dalvennan by saying that John and his wife owed his stepfather a considerable some of money.
  • During this time Hanjour may have visited the San Diego Zoo in February, as a security guard recalls having to page his name to reclaim a lost briefcase containing cash and Arabic documents and later recognized his photograph.
  • Socialists aimed to reclaim the land by becoming peasants or workers and forming self-sustaining collectives.
  • This invasion was launched to reclaim a part of the Slovakian territory lost after World War I.
  • Its story of a subterranean race waiting to reclaim the surface of the Earth is an early science fiction theme.

  • British families came to Dublin Castle in May 1916 to reclaim the bodies of British soldiers, and funerals were arranged.
  • Lindsay adds that it is important to reclaim the specific word "morality" because of the connotations it holds with many individuals.
  • As a condition of entering WW1 on the side of the Central Powers, Bulgaria was granted the right to reclaim that territory.
  • "Xicanisma" acknowledges Indigenous survival after hundreds of years of colonization and the need to reclaim one's Indigenous roots while also being "committed to the struggle for liberation of all oppressed people", wrote Francesca A.
  • If a team misses the first shot of a two-shot situation, the opposing team must wait for the completion of the second shot before attempting to reclaim possession of the ball and continuing play.

  • Recognizing he had underestimated the power of Ordoño II, in 920 Abd al-Rahman mustered another powerful army to reclaim the territories lost after the previous campaign.
  • Horkheimer sought to enable the working class to reclaim their power in order to resist the lure of fascism.
  • The "garbage collector" attempts to reclaim memory which was allocated by the program, but is no longer referenced; such memory is called "garbage".
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