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riˈkʌv ərre-cov·er

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  1. re-coververb

    To cover again.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of re-cover in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of re-cover in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of re-cover in a Sentence

  1. Millan Mulraine:

    The upshift in growth momentum should be sustained during the second half of the year, this will provide the necessary cover for the Fed to raise rates later this year, though the pace of tightening will be 'gradual.'.

  2. Chanakya Dissanayake:

    Issuers are taking advantage at still-favourable financing conditions to refinance their debt and cover future financing needs.

  3. Jerry Nadler:

    The Department's decision reflects President Trump's blanket defiance of Congress's constitutionally mandated duties, in the coming days, I expect that Congress will have no choice but to confront the behavior of this lawless Administration. The Committee will also take a hard look at the officials who are enabling this cover up.

  4. Navalny Instagram via AP:

    [There is a] huge cover-up operation, there is no criminal investigation so far. If Putin is not responsible, why there is no investigation?

  5. Shelley Clark:

    We can think of iconic images like The Atlantic monthly cover of the mom carrying the kid in the briefcase to work and how absurd that's supposed to be to us, but then when we think of women in lower-income countries, you think of the mom selling goods at the market with a kid strapped to her back, and you think,' Well, that's not a problem for her, because she can easily combine child care and work,' there's this perception out there that for the kinds of work that women do in lower-income countries, it's easier to combine child care and work.

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    the act of making a noisy disturbance
    • A. rumpus
    • B. denudate
    • C. abide
    • D. scarper

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