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Spanish translation of “recover”

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recover

verb /rəˈkavə/
to become well again; to return to good health etc
recuperarse
He is recovering from a serious illness The country is recovering from an economic crisis.
to get back
recuperar
The police have recovered the stolen jewels He will recover the cost of the repairs through the insurance.
to get control of (one’s actions, emotions etc) again
recuperar(se)
The actor almost fell over, but quickly recovered (his balance).
recovery noun ( plural recoveries) (an) act or process of recovering
recuperación
The patient made a remarkable recovery after his illness the recovery of stolen property.
(Definition of recover from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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