cause to regain consciousness
"The doctors revived the comatose man"
animate, recreate, reanimate, revive, renovate, repair, quicken, vivify, revivify(verb)
give new life or energy to
"A hot soup will revive me"; "This will renovate my spirits"; "This treatment repaired my health"
speed up, furbish up, resuscitate, restitute, compensate, animate, remediate, quicken, fix, amend, enliven, mend, cheer, vivify, animize, accelerate, refurbish, liven up, renovate, bushel, invigorate, speed, inspire, exalt, resurrect, play, hearten, restore, freshen up, rectify, touch on, recompense, recreate, animise, remedy, resort, repair, come to, reanimate, embolden, liven, revivify, whet, doctor, indemnify
be brought back to life, consciousness, or strength
"Interest in ESP revived"
restore from a depressed, inactive, or unused state
"He revived this style of opera"; "He resurrected the tango in this remote part of Argentina"
come to, revive, resuscitate(verb)
return to consciousness
"The patient came to quickly"; "She revived after the doctor gave her an injection"
recreate, resurrect, touch, quicken, reanimate, revivify, have-to doe with, touch on, vivify, come to, relate, refer, hit, strike, animate, pertain, repair, bear on, renovate, resuscitate, concern
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raise from the dead
to restore to life or consciousness.
we revived him with artificial respiration.Submitted by JP03 on July 26, 2015
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List of paraphrases:
revitalize, revitalise, reactivate, relaunch, reinvigorate, rekindle, resuscitate, resurrect, reviving, re-launch, relive, re-energize, resume, reignite, restart, revival, reanimate, revitalizing, re-activate, alive, revives, restore, jump-start, kick-start, boost, reenable, yahya, invigorate, yehya
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How to use revive in a sentence?
I think right now the immediate priority is definitely to revive the economy because after all, we have been subject to many restrictions on all you can imagine in the past few months due to Covid-19.
The truth is that all of us were designed to worship something, and you may worship a tree, you may worship God or you may worship yourself. And Hollywood has a lot of the ‘ me-God ’ problem and I used to have no faith at all, someone shared the Gospel with me. They shared their faith with me, and I embraced it. I embraced it with all of my heart. And that’s what I am hoping to do at ‘ Revive Us. ’.
The only way to eliminate coups is to revive the founding values of the Republic. These values that make our unity should be spoken out loud at Yenikapi.
The objective is that we stop buying foreign gasoline by the half way point of my six-year term, we are going to immediately revive our oil activity, exploration and the drilling of wells so we have crude oil.
There was one gorilla whose long-term mate and friend died in the zoo, and he first tried to revive her, even bringing her favorite food to her and putting it in her hand and poking her, and then at some point he seemed to come to a really stunning realization that his friend was not going to move. I don’t know if that’s a concept of death, but his behavior changed and he let out a very agonizing wail and stopped trying to revive her. Clearly something cognitive and emotional happened to him at that moment.
Translations for revive
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- αναζωογονώ, αναβιώσειGreek
- elpyä, elvyttääFinnish
- beothaichScottish Gaelic
- resuscitare, rivivere, rinnovare, rivitalizzare, rinascereItalian
- 復活, 甦らせる, 甦るJapanese
- زندو کردنهوه, بووژاندنهوهKurdish
- restituo, recreo, resuscito, renovo, recreari, revivesco, animo, vivifico, reviviscere, revoco, recipero, recipioLatin
- doen herleven, herleven, nieuw leven inblazenDutch
- оживать, ожить, оживлять, возрождаться, оживить, возродитьсяRussian
- oživ(j)eti, revitaliziratiSerbo-Croatian
- riviker, rilever, ravicoter, ravikerWalloon
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