recur


recur
intransitive verb (recurred; recurring) Etymology: Middle English recurren to return, from Latin recurrere, literally, to run back, from re- + currere to run — more at car Date: 1529 1. to have recourse ; resort 2. to go back in thought or discourse <
on recurring to my letters of that date — Thomas Jefferson
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3. a. to come up again for consideration b. to come again to mind 4. to occur again after an interval ; occur time after time <
the cancer recurred
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recurrence noun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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