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be on the mend

informal
to be getting better after an illness or injury: She's been ill with the flu but she's on the mend now.
Translations of “be on the mend”
in Chinese (Traditional) (病後)身體逐漸康復…
in Chinese (Simplified) (病后)身体逐渐康复…
(Definition of be on the mend from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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