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Translation of "recover" - English-Turkish dictionary

recover

verb     /rɪˈkʌvər/
HEALTH [I]
B1 to become healthy or happy again after an illness, injury, or period of sadness yeniden sağlığına kavuşmak, iyileşmek, şifa bulmak It takes a long time to recover from surgery. She never recovered from the death of her husband.Recovering from illness
SITUATION [I]
B2 If a system or situation recovers, it returns to the way it was before something bad happened. toparlanmak, eski hâline gelmek The economy was quick to recover after the election.Becoming betterMaking things betterMaking progress and advancing
BODY [T]
to be able to use or feel again part of your body which has been damaged vücudun hasar görmüş kısımlarını yeniden kullanmaya başlamak He never fully recovered the use of his legs.Recovering from illness
GET BACK [T]
to get something back that has been lost or stolen yeniden elde etmek, tekrar kazanmak, bulmak Police recovered the stolen money.Giving, bringing or getting back
(Definition of recover from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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