adjective Etymology: Latin recurrent-, recurrens, present participle of recurrere Date: 1611 1. running or turning back in a direction opposite to a former course — used of various nerves and branches of vessels in the arms and legs 2. returning or happening time after time <
recurrent complaints
recurrently adverb

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.


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