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    The Word REHAB in a sentence?

    How can I use the word: Rehab in the following sentence:

    Instead of rehab Riverview, we asked for funds for a total new design of the Riverview campus.

    Is this the correct way to use the word REHAB in this sentence?

    Thanks.

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    Re: The Word REHAB in a sentence?

    If your intention is to use the word rehab to mean "remodeled, redone" then consider:

    Instead of a rehab for Riverview . . .

    We don't want to rehab Riverview, but rather we want to . . .

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    Re: The Word REHAB in a sentence?

    Rehabbed and rehabbing are being used in AE.

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