Definition of 'rekindle'
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An attempt to rekindle their romance ended just before she died. The Sun (2016)Five years on they had a'heart to heart' to see if they could rekindle their relationship. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She says:'I rekindled an old romance with a younger man two years ago and we are still seeing each other. The Sun (2016)But they rekindled their relationship the following summer only for it to end shortly before her X Factor presenting debut. The Sun (2016)The pair have recently rekindled their romance but this might be taking things a bit too fast. The Sun (2008)There was a frenzy of rekindled interest in the ship and the disaster. The Sun (2012)The family team try to rekindle relationships with parents. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The course rekindled my interest in learning and enabled me to really grow our business. Times, Sunday Times (2006)So why not rekindle your relationship with dairy? Times, Sunday Times (2010)So ask your wife what changes you could make that would rekindle her interest. The Sun (2015)You will only be able to rekindle your relationship if and when she finally gives up on the booze. The Sun (2009)The relationship was rekindled this year. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She struggled to rekindle the relationship. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If he was once the man of your dreams, it is possible to rekindle those feelings. The Sun (2015)Walk into any bookstore and you'll find volumes on how to rekindle romance. Christianity Today (2000)When he got back, we rekindled our relationship and have now been together for five years. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The couple had known each other 15 years ago but rekindled their relationship over the past two years. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We had such a great time, it rekindled our creative relationship so we decided to make another album. The Sun (2015)He's sent her a string of texts in the past two weeks in a bid to rekindle their relationship. The Sun (2012)Love feelings could be rekindled now you can say what you want from a relationship, instead of hoping a partner will guess. The Sun (2008)How can I rekindle a physical relationship? Times, Sunday Times (2009)But the rekindled relationship will not be played out on TV. The Sun (2014)You have a gift for clearing up misunderstandings and getting a friendship back on track - and you could rekindle a romance that has faded. The Sun (2010)In November the pair rekindled their romance and were pictured out and about and looking loved-up again. The Sun (2014)They are the sort of people who have their interest rekindled by 6 Music. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And it rekindled Hollywood's interest. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They think sharing a home will rekindle their romance - which has been on and off throughout the first two series of the ITV2 reality show. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'rekindle'
British English: rekindle VERB
If something rekindles an interest, feeling, or thought that you used to have, it makes you think about it or feel it again.
His article rekindled many memories.
Definition of rekindle from the Collins English Dictionary
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