browse search

Word Explorer
Children's Dictionary
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z
rebuild to build again; repair.
recall to bring a past event into the mind; remember. [4 definitions]
recapture to take, catch, or capture again. [3 definitions]
recede1 to move back to the same low level or point as before. [2 definitions]
receipt the act or fact of receiving. [3 definitions]
receive to get or take. [5 definitions]
receiver a person who receives. [3 definitions]
recent having to do with or happening in the very near past. [2 definitions]
recently in the near past.
receptacle a container for receiving and keeping something.
reception the act or process of receiving. [6 definitions]
receptionist an office worker employed primarily to greet visitors, take telephone calls, and answer routine questions.
recess a relaxing break from an activity, such as school classes or trials in court. [4 definitions]
recipe a list of ingredients and instructions for making a food dish.
recital a concert of music or dance that is meant to demonstrate the ability of the performers. [2 definitions]
recite to speak the words of from memory and in front of others. [2 definitions]
reckless paying no attention to danger; not at all careful.
reckon to count or estimate; figure. [2 definitions]
recline to lie down in a comfortable position. [2 definitions]
recognition the act of realizing that one knows someone or something. [4 definitions]
recognize to identify (someone or something) from previous experience or contact with that person or thing. [3 definitions]