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resuscitate

verb [T] uk   /rɪˈsʌs.ɪ.teɪt/ us  
to bring someone or something back to life or wake someone or something: Her heart had stopped, but the doctors successfully resuscitated her.
Translations of “resuscitate”
in Spanish resucitar…
in French réanimer…
in German wiederbeleben…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使甦醒, 使恢復知覺, 使復活…
in Russian реанимировать…
in Turkish ayıltmak, hayata döndürmek, diriltmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使苏醒, 使恢复知觉, 使复活…
in Polish reanimować…
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