SharePoint Workflows no longer associated after migrating from SharePoint Foundation 2013 to SharePoint Enteprise 2013

We recently migrated our SharePoint application from Sharepoint Foundation 2013 to SharePoint Enterprise 2013... there is just one big problem... all of the workflows are no longer associated with their respective lists.

For example in SharePoint designer for each workflow the "Associated List" is now blank.

I'm looking for a way to reassociate the Workflows with their respective Lists but I'm not sure how?

Thank you.
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Ajit SinghCommented:
Please refer to below links may point you something to resolve this query.

Associating Workflows with Lists:
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff648803.aspx

SharePoint 2013 Workflows not Associating with List:
https://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/104440/sharepoint-2013-workflows-not-associating-with-list

Migrate List and Designer workflows to SharePoint 2013:
http://expert-advice.org/sharepoint/migrate-list-sharepoint-designer-workflows-sharepoint-2010-sharepoint-2013/

Hope this helps!
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