to give new life or freshness; to take recreation; to create again;
We are going to recreate the beach with this sandbox and pool.
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For use by anyone, not meant for any one person. Communal, opposite of prescription. Often shortened to rec
Yeah man, you can have the lemonade in the fridge it’s recreational.
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I was thinking about doing some recreating at the National Park this weekend.
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pronounced - reh-cre-ate

root: recreate
past tense of word recreate

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late Middle English (also in the sense ‘mental or spiritual consolation’): via Old French from Latin recreatio(n-), from recreare ‘create again, renew’.
Jack: Mary, what did you do this weekend?
Mary: Hey Jack, I recreated at the beach!
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Term to collectively describe drugs and/or alcohol.
"Mate, gathering at mine tonight - you in?"
"I dunno bro, will there be recreationals?"
"Yeah, we've got 6 litres of vodka between 5 of us and Zak's bringing some ganj"
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in reference to an "illegal activity" created by the boys of ridgewood, new jersey.
a: yo man you down for the recreational tonight?
j: yeah man..
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Otherwise known as Lot Lizards, hookers or prostitutes. They hang around truck stops and offer lonely drivers companionship for a little while and charge a small fee.
As gear jamming Johnny swung his rig into the highway oasis he noted many Recreational Reptiles hanging around.
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