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recycle in English:

1. reclaim

You'll have to go to the police station to reclaim your wallet.
His ambition is to reclaim the world championship title.
We reclaimed our bags at the hotel desk.
He went to baggage reclaim to pick up his luggage.
The Labour Party wants to reclaim their power.
Some day man will reclaim the desert for agriculture.

2. cycle

A business cycle is a recurring succession of periods of prosperity and periods of depression.
We are going to cycle to the lake tomorrow.
Forests regulate the water cycle and take away harmful carbon dioxide.
I cycle to school.
They finally started to asphalt that road again. It was about time! You could only cycle zigzagging there if you didn't want your wheel to get buckled because of the holes in the road surface.
The economy is at peak of a business cycle at present.
Is this supposed to be a currant bun? You almost need to cycle from one currant to another, so few are there.
We can clearly see the cycle of the seasons in Canada.
An example of a cycle is the earth's rotation around the sun.
The length of the cycle depends on how heavy the item is.
The water cycle
Those who do not believe in global warming claim that it's due to cycles in nature.
Normally, the business has cycles, and every 10 years it peaks.
if you don't cycle for a long time
Definition a cycle is a complete set of activities that are repeated regularly in the same order

English word "recycle"(cycle) occurs in sets:

Word Formation (Year 3)

3. to put used objects or material through a special process so that they can be used again