Definition of recirculate in English:

recirculate

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • 1 Circulate again:

    ‘the proposed adjustments are recirculated for quick comment before publication’
    • ‘The danger is that banks, which are getting cash that used to be in money-market funds, may not recirculate it quickly enough by stepping up their business lending.’
    • ‘She will also propose penalties for papers that recirculate rumours without providing evidence.’
    • ‘They achieve a high ‘economic multiplier effect’ by recirculating dollars in local economies.’
    • ‘Therefore the money that was spent was merely recirculated in the economy, and Iraqi oil money is a bonus.’
    • ‘Leonard writes with verve and wit and with a sense of delighted discovery, so that even though his book recirculates a limited number of related concepts, the reader is never bored.’
    • ‘He does not recirculate the myth of an immigrant America.’
    • ‘But current practitioners also tend to argue that literature can only make an ideological statement by passively recirculating it.’
    • ‘But new recruits are blind to its impotence - in part because the world's news and entertainment media keep recirculating the myth that violence is the ultimate form of power.’
    • ‘The problem of the urban poor cannot be remedied simply by racial toleration, nor even by recirculating monies and utilities.’
    • ‘For instance, it lobbies for policies to tailor technology for regional use and to recirculate financial capital locally.’
    • ‘This is due to the rise of New Age philosophies which have transformed and recirculated the early anthropological research as concepts which support the universalisation of spiritual forms and beliefs.’
    • ‘The same limited evidence was still being recirculated, but the sentiment of outrage was new.’
    • ‘As noted, it was abolished in August 1991 when it became tainted with allegations that applicants were ‘buying’ visas and the funds required to qualify were being recirculated amongst applicants.’
    • ‘The centre later checks the currency for wear and dirt, disposing of some and recirculating the remainder back to financial institutions, King said.’
    • ‘Here the activity recognised in the ‘active’ audience is one of the audience actively engaging with programme content - resisting, reformulating and recirculating the messages and meanings on offer.’
    • ‘The corporate sector is already recirculating its net saving to some other deficit spending sector, in this case, the public sector and foreign trade deficit spending nations like the US.’
    • ‘The company also likes to remind its customers that independent restaurants are more likely to recirculate profits in the local community.’
    1. 1.1[no object] (of a fluid) circulate continuously:
      ‘the air is supposed to recirculate within the turboshaft engine’

Pronunciation

recirculate

/riːˈsəːkjʊleɪt/