Synonyms of restore
1 reinstateDictionary • The army has been brought in to restore order.
reconstitute • Slowly Jewish communities were reconstituted and life began anew.
2 reviveDictionary • We will restore her to health.
revive • Superb food and drink revived our little band.
strengthen • Yoga can be used to strengthen the immune system.
refresh • The lotion cools and refreshes the skin.
rejuvenate • He was advised that the Italian climate would rejuvenate him.
revitalize • The hot, strong liquid seemed to revitalize her.
, make worse
3 re-establishDictionary • Civil rights were restored in a matter of days.
reinstate • He has agreed to reinstate five senior workers.
4 repairDictionary • They partly restored a local castle.
repair • He has repaired the roof.
refurbish • We have spent money on refurbishing the offices.
renovate • They spent thousands renovating the house.
reconstruct • The government must reconstruct the shattered economy.
renew • the cost of renewing the buildings
rebuild • The castle was rebuilt by his great grandson in 1859.
mend • They took a long time to mend the roof.
rehabilitate • a program for rehabilitating low-income housing
recondition • They sell used and reconditioned motorcycle parts.
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mendIf you mend something that is broken or not working, you repair it, so that it works properly or can be used.
• They took a long time to mend the roof.
rebuildWhen people rebuild something such as a building or a city, they build it again after it has been damaged or destroyed.
• The castle was rebuilt by his great grandson in 1859.
reconditionTo recondition a machine or piece of equipment means to repair or replace all the parts that are damaged or broken.
• They sell used and reconditioned motorcycle parts.
Thesaurus for restore from the Collins English Thesaurus
to return (something, esp a work of art or building) to an original or former condition