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Etymology edit

From Latin recrūdēscō (I become raw again); from re- + crūdēscō (I become harsh or raw).

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recrudescent (not comparable)

  1. Breaking out again or reemerging after temporary abatement or suppression.
    This seems to be a recrudescent strain of the plague rather than a wholly new disease.
  2. (archaic) Growing raw, sore, or painful again.

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Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ʁə.kʁy.dɛ.sɑ̃/, /ʁə.kʁy.de.sɑ̃/

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recrudescent (feminine recrudescente, masculine plural recrudescents, feminine plural recrudescentes)

  1. recrudescent, reemerging

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from French recrudescent.

Adjective edit

recrudescent m or n (feminine singular recrudescentă, masculine plural recrudescenți, feminine and neuter plural recrudescente)

  1. recrudescent

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