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rediscover

verb [T] uk   /ˌriːdɪˈskʌv.ər/ us    //
to find something or someone again after losing or forgetting about it, him, or her for a long time: The athlete rediscovered her best form with a morale-boosting win in the triple jump. After her husband's death, she rediscovered the joys of bowling and golf.
Translations of “rediscover”
in Chinese (Traditional) 再發現, 重新發現, 重新找到…
in Chinese (Simplified) 再发现, 重新发现, 重新找到…
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