recover, retrieve, find, regain(verb)
get or find back; recover the use of
"She regained control of herself"; "She found her voice and replied quickly"
line up, detect, go back, find oneself, recoup, get, get hold, recollect, recuperate, find, reclaim, rule, notice, convalesce, call up, chance, determine, see, find out, come up, think, encounter, happen, retrieve, feel, incur, observe, recall, witness, call back, ascertain, bump, remember, regain, obtain, discover, receive
recuperate, recover, convalesce(verb)
get over an illness or shock
"The patient is recuperating"
recover, go back, recuperate(verb)
regain a former condition after a financial loss
"We expect the stocks to recover to $2.90"; "The company managed to recuperate"
recover, recoup, recuperate(verb)
regain or make up for
"recuperate one's losses"
reuse (materials from waste products)
"recover a chair"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
The transitive use of recover in the sense of cure, heal, etc., as in 2 Kings v, 6, "That thou mayest recover him of his leprosy," is now practically obsolete. The chief transitive use of recover is in the sense to obtain again after losing, regain, repossess, etc.; as, to recover stolen goods; to recover health. The intransitive sense, be cured, be restored, etc., is very common; as, to recover from sickness, terror, or misfortune.
From; rarely of; (Law) to recover judgment against, to recover damages of or from a person.
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you can cover/wrap, and they can mean the same thing. so rewrap, and recover mean the same thing.
he opened his present to early, so i had to rewrap it again.Submitted by rinat on August 15, 2019
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(Law.) obtain judgment
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How to use recover in a sentence?
As the recovery is likely going to last for quite some time, unemployment is set to rise significantly, although short-time work will help output to recover more quickly once demand returns.
Until you acknowledge and value yourself. People will for life take you for granted. Yes, nobody can/will dare to look down on you until you first look down on your own self. So, if you've lost your own self esteem i.e. your worth/ability, do endeavour to find/recover it and stand up for it as well anywhere/anytime.
It has been suggested that no one comes home unchanged after a deployment to a war zone, however, most will naturally recover over time, especially with support of friends and family who are willing to talk with them about their experiences and encourage them to gradually get back into the normal routine of life.
Of the 20 percent who go on to need hospitalization or more medical care, we know that the folks who are most at risk tend to be people who are elderly andpeople who have medical problems : heart disease, lung disease, cancer, andchemotherapy, and so, what we want most of America to know is that youre not at high risk for getting coronavirus, and if you do get ityou are likely to recover. Ninety-eight, 99 percent of people are going to fully recover.
Now I am going to try to recover my energy and be with my daughter, i want to travel to the United States in the future and thank all the people who supported the cause to have me freed.
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- palautua, parantua, tervehtyäFinnish
- recouvrer, récupérerFrench
- slànaichScottish Gaelic
- sembuh kembali, sembuhIndonesian
- 回復, 回復しますJapanese
- mātūtū, whakamāuiMāori
- recupereren, terugwinnen, herstellen, genezenDutch
- melhorar, recuperar, [[recuperar]]-[[se]]Portuguese
- поправиться, возвратить, вернуть, поправляться, возвращать, выздоравливать, выздороветьRussian
- återhämta sigSwedish
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