English - Vietnamese Dictionary
revival /ri'vaivəl/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự phục hưng, sự phục hồi (công nghiệp...); sự đem thi hành lại (đạo luật); sự làm sống lại, sự hồi sinh (của một vật)
- the revival of trade: sự phục hồi thương nghiệp
- the revival of an old customs: sự phục hồi một tục lệ cũ
- (tôn giáo) sự làm thức tỉnh lại lòng mộ đạo; sự gây lại niềm tin
+bringing again into activity and prominence
+an evangelistic meeting intended to reawaken interest in religion
Advanced English Dictionary
1 resurrection, resuscitation, renewal, restoration, revitalization, resurfacing, return, returning:
How much more often we see the revival of out-moded fashions than the introduction of new ideas!
2 rebirth, renaissance or renascence, resurgence, awakening, quickening, reanimation:
Do you regard the current trend towards fundamentalism as a genuine revival of religion?
3 recovery, improvement, increase, upsurge, upturn, boost, upswing, advance, advancement, progress, rise, escalation, Colloq pick-up, comeback:
This week saw a revival in the metals market.
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [U, C] an improvement in the condition or strength of sth: the revival of trade + an economic revival + a revival of interest in folk music + a revival of property values
2 [C, U] the process of sth becoming or being made popular or fashionable again: a religious revival + Jazz is enjoying a revival.
3 [C] a new production of a play that has not been performed for some time: a revival of Peter Shaffer's 'Equus'
great, major, marked | modern, recent | cultural, economic, industrial, literary, religious, etc.
The late 19th century was a time of religious revival.
VERB + REVIVAL
enjoy, experience, undergo
His work is enjoying a revival in popularity.
The economy has staged something of a revival in the last year.
| bring about, cause, lead to, spark, stimulate
The exhibition has stimulated a revival of interest in the Impressionists.
The period saw a great revival in the wine trade.
a revival in the fortunes of the Democratic Party
| ~ of
a revival of ancient skills
a revival of interest
the revival of interest in local radio
| signs of (a) revival
He claimed the housing market was showing signs of a revival.
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