deposition from one deposit to another (Freq. 2)
Derivationally related forms: ↑redeposit
Hypernyms: ↑deposition, ↑deposit

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\(|)rē+\ noun
Etymology: re- + deposition
: formation into a new accumulation

clearly a product of solution and redeposition in a highly porous rock — Journal of Geology

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