Definition of repletion in English:

repletion

Pronunciation /rəˈplēSH(ə)n/ /rəˈpliʃ(ə)n/

Translate repletion into Spanish

noun

See replete

‘That's a feminine accomplishment: a feat of memory, a managed repletion or resplendence.’
  • ‘He harvested the punters at book-signing time, with a look of airy repletion.’
  • ‘With progressively more disease states manifesting GSH deficiency, repletion is a viable preventive, therapeutic, and anti-aging strategy.’
  • ‘Therefore with replete patients, one must address and eliminate the repletion.’
  • ‘I look on proudly, bursting with repletion with the knowledge that it's me: invisible, unknown Nikki Vicario that has his love, not anyone else.’