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Spanish translation of “revive”

revive

verb /rəˈvaiv/
to come, or bring, back to consciousness, strength, health etc
reanimar
They attempted to revive the woman who had fainted She soon revived The flowers revived in water His hopes of seeing her again were revived.
to come or bring back to use etc
resurgir, volver
This old custom has recently (been) revived.
revival noun the act of reviving or state of being revived
reanimación
the revival of the patient / of our hopes.
(a time of) new or increased interest in something
renacimiento, resurgimiento
a religious revival.
(the act of producing) an old and almost forgotten play, show etc.
reestreno
(Definition of revive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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