Definition of regrowth in US English:

regrowth

noun

  • Renewed growth or expansion.

    ‘pinch off dead blooms to encourage regrowth’
    ‘hair regrowth’
    ‘projects to stimulate the regrowth of the economy’
    • ‘He spied within the tech sector rubble the seeds of regrowth.’
    • ‘This year timely rain provided for regrowth of grasses.’
    • ‘Leave 6 to 10 inches of stubble to promote rapid regrowth of rape.’
    • ‘Turnip regrowth is initiated at the top of the root.’
    • ‘Once an area has been cleared of weeds, measures should be taken to prevent immediate regrowth.’
    • ‘Other proteins in wallaby milk may yield treatments to prod bone regrowth in osteoporosis patients.’
    • ‘He had dyed blood-red hair but you could see black regrowth showing through at the roots.’
    • ‘This might lead to new ways of thinking about limb regrowth in humans.’
    • ‘Pastures still look good and alfalfa regrowth is looking very good.’
    • ‘The pine forests of the Sierra Juarez depend upon fire for successful regrowth.’

Pronunciation

regrowth

/ˌrēˈɡrōTH//ˌriˈɡroʊθ/