What is reclaim?

  • (verb): Make useful again; transform from a useless or uncultivated state.
    Example: "The people reclaimed the marshes"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Reclaim

Reclaim, reclaiming or reclamation means "to get something back". It may refer to :

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HMS Reclaim
... HMS Reclaim was a deep diving and submarine rescue vessel of the British Royal Navy ... At the time of her commissioning in 1949, Reclaim was the Royal Navy's only vessel capable of carrying out deep diving operations ... Upon completion Reclaim was attached to HMS Vernon, Portsmouth as a diving tender ...
European Union Value Added Tax - Exemption From VAT
... The seller of exempt goods is not entitled to reclaim VAT on business purchases, whereas the seller of goods and services rated at 0% is entitled ... at the 0% rate the manufacturer would be entitled to reclaim the VAT paid on the paper as the business is making taxable supplies ... are exempt from all VAT, and has to pay full VAT for purchases without reclaim ...
Reclaim (album)
... 'Reclaim' is Keep of Kalessin's first EP ... to recruit the legendary Attila Csihar for the vocals on Reclaim who is well known for the vocals on Mayhem┬┤s De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas ... performed additional vocals on Come Damnation and Reclaim ...
HMS Reclaim - Operational Service
... 1948 diving from Reclaim, Petty Officer Wilfred Bollard set a world deep diving record of 535 ft (163 m). 1951 on 14 June 1951 Reclaim found the submerged wreck of the submarine HMS Affray, missing since 17 April, during which operation her new underwater television ... One of the divers from Reclaim working on the Affray was Lionel "Buster" Crabb, who later became famous when in 1956 he disappeared in Portsmouth harbour ...

More definitions of "reclaim":

  • (verb): Of materials from waste products.
    Synonyms: recover
  • (verb): Bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one.
    Synonyms: reform, regenerate, rectify