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resurgencenoun [C/U]

 us   /rɪˈsɜr·dʒəns/
an ​increase of ​activity or ​interest in a ​particularsubject or ​idea which had been ​forgotten for some ​time: [C usually sing] There’s been a resurgence of ​criticism of the ​president.
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resurgencenoun [S or U]

uk   us   /rɪˈsɜːdʒəns/
a ​process in which something ​starts to ​grow, ​develop, or become ​successful again: There has been a resurgence of ​interest in telecom ​stocks.a resurgence in sth If the hoped-for ​spendingslowdown does not ​happen, it will ​lead to a resurgence in ​inflation.enjoy/experience/see a resurgence The 1990s saw a resurgence of ​mergers and acquisitions.
resurgent
adjective [usually before noun] formal
a resurgent ​economy resurgent ​inflation/popularity
(Definition of resurgence from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “resurgence”
in Chinese (Simplified) 复苏, 复兴, 再次兴起…
in Turkish yeniden canlanma/güç kazanma…
in Russian возрождение…
in Chinese (Traditional) 復甦, 復興, 再次興起…
in Polish powrót…
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