- לְחַדֵשׁ מְלַאִימתחדשומחדשreplenishingחידוש
Verb(1) fill something that had previously been emptied
(1) ├ö├ç├┐Europe is a difficult market, and we are totally aware of that,├ö├ç├û Cho said, after returning from a June trip to Burgundy to replenish his wine collection.(2) all creatures need sleep to replenish their energies(3) That meant that you could replenish all your energy anytime.(4) Napoleon's previous campaigns relied heavily on the spoils of war to replenish the troops, so he was utterly unprepared for an adversary who would rather destroy his own kingdom than let another take it.(5) McGurn says he'll advise against a slew of corporate proposals to replenish employee option plans recently depleted by makeup grants.(6) In particular, materials requirement planning is a system that assists management to monitor inventory and replenish as stock levels approach minimum requirements.(7) Try focusing on metrics that highlight speed: the time that it takes to bring a new product or service to market, the time that it takes to replenish or to restock the shelves with your product, the time that it takes to fill a customer order.(8) This total state of calm spreads throughout, giving every organ, tissue and cell a chance to replenish and benefit from their own vast stores of energy.(9) Each ability takes a certain amount of bio-energy, which Frost can replenish with energy packs scattered throughout the battlefields he fights through.(10) As a section's inventory ran low, library volunteers carted out cases of books from the front of the warehouse to replenish it.(11) With some of the stress and urgency of the spring semester removed, we have time to reflect and replenish , to renew ourselves.(12) The fact is that, in a year of frequent and adequate rainfalls, there was not always the volume to fill or replenish dams and underground resources.(13) Cutting intervals that are consistently shorter than 30 days stress legume stands because the plants do not fully replenish depleted energy reserves in the taproots and crowns.(14) Strong tactics may deplete the support provider's emotional resources at a faster rate than they can be replenished .(15) Ship stocks will then be replenished from the base warehouses.(16) The company recently launched PediaPop - a lickable, flavored electrolyte replenisher for kids with diarrhea.
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