Definition of readaptation in English:

readaptation

noun

  • See readapt

    • ‘The key to protein cycling is to raise carbohydrate and healthy fat intake during the readaptation phase.’
    • ‘They insisted on getting fair punishment, and the appointment of a team of lawyers as their consultants whose functions should involve assisting in social readaptation after their discharge from prison.’
    • ‘Perhaps these early birds still retained enough features of their terrestrial ancestry to facilitate a readaptation to ground life in appropriate ecological circumstances.’
    • ‘For it to work, you have to be more disciplined and systematic during the readaptation phase if you want to milk this program for all it's worth.’
    • ‘In question is no longer ‘merely’ the extermination of countless humans, but of the work of readaptation which can be undertaken on the very basis of the human.’

Pronunciation

readaptation

/riːˌadapˈteɪʃ(ə)n/