Definition of repopulation in English:

repopulation

Pronunciation /ˌrēˌpäpyəˈlāSH(ə)n/ /ˌriˌpɑpjəˈleɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

See repopulate

‘And, moreover, the levee system was substantially weakened by the storm, and any general repopulation of the City of New Orleans has to be accompanied by a plan that is capable of evacuating the people that come in.’
  • ‘This is a place where teenagers do their bit to aid in the repopulation of New Zealand.’
  • ‘In Germany, the repopulation of the rural areas after the Thirty Years War, and the huge drop in food prices, dampened down rural manufacturing wages which hardly rose above wartime levels.’
  • ‘Sterility and sexual apathy ran rampant after the Last War, and sex was encouraged to promote repopulation.’
  • ‘Thus the repopulation of the Southwest by whites depended on kin support.’