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Meaning of “revive” - Learner’s Dictionary

revive

verb
 
 
/rɪˈvaɪv/
EXIST AGAIN [T] to make something from the past exist again: to revive memories A lot of traditional skills are currently being revived.Restoring and reviving
CONSCIOUS [I, T] to become conscious again or make someone conscious again: A police officer tried unsuccessfully to revive her.Restoring and reviving
FEEL BETTER [I, T] to start to feel healthier and more active again, or to make someone feel this way: A cup of tea and something to eat might revive you.Restoring and reviving
(Definition of revive from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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