One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Restoration of a stock or supply to a former level or condition.‘a target for replenishment of depleted fish stocks’
- ‘It's a time of true solace and emotional replenishment.’
- ‘Delaying sampling until spring provides for soil moisture replenishment from fall, winter, and early spring precipitation.’
- ‘The organization wants access to a permanent stream of money without having to seek constant replenishment from council.’
- ‘An almost-empty parts bin triggers a just-in-time replenishment order.’
- ‘Good design must contribute to energy efficiency and replenishment of resources.’
- ‘It is powered by ten fusion power cells and is capable of running over three days without replenishment.’
- ‘That optimism is beginning to fuel a key post-recession driver of growth: inventory replenishment.’
- ‘Afterwards, all of us retired to the pub for some liquid replenishment.’
- ‘Their environmental documents fail to properly analyze impacts on sediment flow, natural beach replenishment, and sand bars.’
- ‘Protein (and even some fat) doesn't interfere with glycogen replenishment, which is good news.’
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