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come back from the dead

(also rise from the dead)
to be successful or popular again after a period of not being successful or popular: This was a company that had risen from the dead.
Translations of “come back from the dead”
in Chinese (Traditional) 東山再起,起死回生…
in Chinese (Simplified) 东山再起,起死回生…
(Definition of come back from the dead from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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