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rebound from

rebound from something: to bounce back from something; to recover quickly from something. The ball rebounded from the wall and hit her hard on the elbow. She rebounded from her illness in less than a week. recover something from someone or…

construct from

Construct something from something: to build something from certan materials or items. We constructed our solar system from foam balls and popsicle sticks. Make something from other things: to assemble, concoct, or create something from va…

detach from

Disconnect someone or something from someone or something: to separate someone or something from someone or something else. My phone disconnected me from my secretary when its battery suddenly died. Detach someone or something from someone…

differ from

Differ from someone or something: to be unlike someone or something. Can you explain how this car differs from that one? This proposal barely differs from the original one at all! Differentiate someone or something from someone or somethin…

get from

Arise from: to stand up from a seated or prone position; to move in an upward direction; to emerge from a bleak situation; to result from something. My teenager son doesn't arise from his bed until one in the afternoon. My heart started be…

prevent from

Confiscate something from someone: to take something away from someone, often as a form of punishment. I always confiscate cell phone from students who try to use them in my classroom. Deter someone or something from doing: to cause or enc…