regenerate

IPA [rɪˈdʒɛnəˌret] KK [rɪˋdʒɛnərɪt]

意味

(精神的・道徳的に)更生させる

老化の科学 (The Science of Aging)

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  1. some flat worms are able to endlessly regenerate their telomeres making them

    扁形動物のなかには無限にテロメアを再生し
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紙とインク (DesignBytes: Paper and Ink: The Materials that Matter)

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  1. heal together, they can regenerate,

    切り離したものを 寄せ集めて
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【TED】ストレスと友達になる方法 Short Ver. (Kelly McGonigal | How to make stress your friend (Condensed Talk))

【TED】ストレスと友達になる方法 Short Ver. (Kelly McGonigal | How to make stress your friend (Condensed Talk)) Image 03:01
  1. and oxytocin helps heart cells regenerate from any stress-induced damage.

    オキシトシンは心臓細胞をストレスが誘発するダメージから再生させる助けをします。
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  1. (Can be used in other senses, but im just explaining this one) From [Doctor who.] Timelords have the ability to regenerate after severe trauma or natural wear and tear. Their body will under go a complete transformation, and although the same person remains, their appearance and personality changes. (In other words, where a human would die, a Timelord would just change, thereby healing any injury in the process.)However a Timelord only has the ability to do this 13 times. (Doesnt matter much to them, in one life they Usually live to about a thousand anyway. Notice I said usually.)
    The Doctor: I'd like to see a butterfly fit into a chrysalis case after it spreads its wings. Polly: Then you did change. The Doctor: Life depends on change, and renewal. Did you see the doctor after he regenerated?