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replenish (someone or something) with (something)

1. To refill something or make something complete again with some substance, supply, or commodity. A noun or pronoun is used between "replenish" and "with" (sometimes just a personal pronoun is used). We'll need to replenish our cupboards with food before the kids arrive home from college for the holidays. One thing I miss about American restaurants is having someone replenish me with coffee throughout the entirety of my meal. Over here, you have to pay for every single cup of coffee you drink. We'll need to replenish the squadrons with fresh troops before we can attempt another offensive.
2. To nourish, promote, or inspire someone or something with something. I make a point of sitting down once a week and replenishing my soul with classical music. My parents always replenish me with love, support, and positivity whenever I am around them.
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replenish something with something

to rebuild the supply of something with more of it. I will replenish the checking account with more money at the end of the month. Can I replenish your glass with more iced tea?
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Replenish is only one element of the Company's overall water stewardship framework, which also includes Source Water Protection; efforts to reduce water consumption in bottling plants as measured by the Water-Use-Ratio (WUR); and Waste-Water treatment activities, which clean waste water to a standard that can support aquatic life before it leaves a bottling plant.
Some replenish projects directly return water to the source we use while others are outside the watershed our plant uses but are important to help meet needs of local governments, communities and partners where there is a pressing need.Coca-Cola and its partnersseek projects that have a direct benefit, can be scaled up to have greater impact by reaching more people and parts of an ecosystem, are easy to learn from and replicate in other places where the challenges are similar, and can be built to be sustainable by the community over time, continuing to replenish water.
ASTANA (CyHAN)- The resource base reserves of Kazakhstan's national company KazMunaiGas (KMG) will be replenished mainly with the help of fields in the Kazakh part of the Caspian shelf, the KazMunaiGas Chairman Sauat Mynbayev told Trend Dec.
According to the company, it has achieved the 50th site enrolment for its drug candidate within its target timeline of a little more than three months from the start of patient enrolment in the REPLENISH Trial.
Shea butter and glycerin work together to correct dry, dehydrated skin while Squalane replenishes and protects skin's natural moisture balance.
Sprint and Samsung won in the product-design category for their eco-friendly Replenish phone.
With the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) announcement this week that the agency has sufficient funds to make it into the new fiscal year, Congress found a path to avert a government shutdown and to replenish the Disaster Relief Fund.
Other flavors include Pomegranate Punch, which is designed to support immunity, and Blueberry Coconut, which is tailored to help replenish hydration levels.
Stocks of one particular blood group - O negative - have fallen below preferred levels and NHS Blood and Transplant is appealing for these donors to come forward to replenish stocks.
ALCON LAUNCHED its Opti-Free RepleniSH Flight Pack at the BCLA conference, which was "very well received".
Most demonstrate that over time species living there are able to replenish. One recent study conducted within a network of 12 marine reserves near Los Angeles monitored heavy-fished species including the blue rockfish.
Another 10 per cent will be cut from PWRDF's budget in 2012 as a way to end deficit budgeting and replenish its monetary reserve.
"While occlusives can visually conceal this damage, they cannot replenish the skin barrier nor can they replenish skin's natural moisture.
Without debate, the Senate on June 10 went along with a whopping increase in unemployment taxes and a cut in benefits to replenish the shrinking unemployment trust fund.
If large trials in people confirm these results, Stamler says, hospitals should prepare to replenish stored blood with NO.--N.S.