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rehabilitate (verb), rehabilitates; rehabilitated; rehabilitating
1. To return someone back to a normal, healthy condition after an illness, an injury, a drug problem, etc. by means of education or therapy: George was rehabilitated from being a former criminal to a respected worker at the local bank.

Glenda was rehabilitated to good health again as a result of medical treatments and therapies.

2. Etymology: from Latin re-, "again" + habilitare, "to make fit."
To restore to solvency, efficiency, etc.
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