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Two more old sitcoms are revived. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The auction is seen as a crucial turning point in reviving Mexico's production decline. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tell your husband you are unhappy and work out some compromises to revive the romance again. The Sun (2009)You need to rebuild your marriage by paying your wife attention and reviving your love life together. The Sun (2011)This new biography will revive interest in an eccentric and rare polymath of the last century. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She is now credited with reviving the entire movement. The Sun (2009)The question is how effective it will be in reviving the economy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Finding the fun in love again revives a relationship. The Sun (2011)You have extra emotional strength and use it to revive family life. The Sun (2014)Tell her how lonely you feel and ask how you can revive her interest. The Sun (2012)Otherwise it will risk allowing inflation back when the economy revives. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Does he hope that his film will revive interest in the game? Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is a key part of his reform package aimed at reviving the economy and encouraging foreign investment. Times, Sunday Times (2015)All the old smears were revived. The Life and Adventures of William Cobbett (2005)The production should be revived forthwith. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The current trend is not simply to revive an old translation of a classic but to have an established playwright revisit it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Still, the hero emerges with his emotions and cello playing revived. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Italian and Spanish league clubs have revived interest in playing an additional league match overseas. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The flush times of the early 1850s caused the union movement to revive. The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877 (1995)Without a political solution, it will simply revive to fight again. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We need to slow down and revive the old ways, the message goes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In about 1990 when the play was revived maybe half knew. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The Royal Opera often revived the production. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In the 1960s the women's movement was revived with an emphasis on equal political and economic rights for women. Christianity Today (2000)One learns to be sceptical when opera companies announce that famous old productions are being revived'for the last time '. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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British English: revive /rɪˈvaɪv/ VERB
When something such as a feeling or a practice revives or is revived, it becomes active or successful again.
...an attempt to revive the economy.
There is no doubt that grades have improved and interest in education has revived.
- American English: revive
- Arabic: يُنَشِّطُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ressuscitar
- Chinese: 复兴
- Croatian: oživjeti
- Czech: oživit
- Danish: genoplive
- Dutch: herleven
- European Spanish: reanimar
- Finnish: elvyttää
- French: ranimer
- German: wiederbeleben
- Greek: αναβιώνω
- Italian: resuscitare
- Japanese: 復活する
- Korean: 소생시키다
- Norwegian: gjenopplive
- Polish: ożywić
- European Portuguese: ressuscitar
- Romanian: a reanima
- Russian: оживать
- Spanish: reanimar
- Swedish: återuppliva
- Thai: ฟื้นฟู
- Turkish: canlanmak
- Ukrainian: відроджувати
- Vietnamese: làm sống lại
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