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restore

verb [T]     /rɪˈstɔːr/ US  /-ˈstɔːr/
to return something or someone to an earlier good condition or position 修复;使复位;使复职 The badly neglected paintings have all been carefully restored. 那些由于严重疏忽而损毁的画作得到了精心修复。 After a week in bed, she was fully restored to health (= she felt healthy again). 卧床1周后,她完全恢复了健康。 The former leader was today restored to power in the first free elections for twenty years. 今天,在20年来首次举行的自由选举中,这位前领导人又重新当选上台。 Restoring and reviving
If you restore a quality or ability that someone has not had for a long time, you make it possible for them to have that quality or ability again 使恢复;使复原 Doctors have restored his sight. 医生们使他重见光明。 The government is trying to restore public confidence in its management of the economy. 政府正在努力恢复公众对政府经济管理能力的信心。 Restoring and reviving
to bring back into use something that has been absent for a period of time 重新采用;恢复使用 Some people are in favour of restoring capital punishment for murderers. 有些人赞成对杀人犯恢复执行死刑。 Restoring and reviving
formal to give something that has been lost or stolen back to the person it belongs to 归还;交还 The painting was restored to its rightful owner. 这幅画被归还给其合法主人。 Giving, bringing or getting back
(Definition of restore from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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