English - Vietnamese Dictionary
recover /'ri:'kʌvə/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- lấy lại, giành lại, tìm lại được
- to recover what was lost: giành (tìm) lại những cái gì đã mất
- to recover one's breath: lấy lại hơi
- to recover consciousness: tỉnh lại
- to recover one's health: lấy lại sức khoẻ, bình phục
- to recover someone's affection: lấy lại được tình thương mến của ai
- to recover one's legs: đứng dậy được (sau khi ngã)
- được, bù lại, đòi, thu lại
- to recover damages: được bồi thường
- to recover a debt: thu (đòi) lại được món nợ
- to recover lost time: bù lại thời gian đã mất
- to recover one's losses: bù lại chỗ thiệt hại mất mát
- cứu sống lại (người chết đuối); làm tỉnh lại, làm bình phục, chữa khỏi bệnh)
- he fell into a deep river and could not be recovered: anh ta ngã xuống sông sâu không sao cứu được
- this remedy will soon recover her: phương thuốc này sẽ làm cho bà ta chóng khỏi bệnh
- to be quite recovered: hoàn toàn bình phục
- to recover someone: làm cho ai tỉnh lại
- sửa lại (một điều sai lầm)
- to recover oneself: tỉnh lại, tĩnh trí lại, bình tĩnh lại; lấy lại được thăng bằng
- nội động từ
- khỏi bệnh, bình phục, lại sức
- to recover from a long illiness: bình phục sau một thời gian ốm dài
- tỉnh lại, tĩnh trí lại, bình tĩnh lại, hết khỏi (trở lại trạng thái cũ)
- to recover from one's fright: hết sợ hãi, tĩnh trí lại sau một cơn sợ hãi
- to recover from one's astonishment: hết ngạc nhiên
- lên lại (giá cả)
- prices have recovered: giá cả đã lên lại
- (pháp lý) được bồi thường
- (thể dục,thể thao) thủ thế lại (đánh kiếm...)
- danh từ
- (thể dục,thể thao) miếng thủ thế lại (đánh kiếm...)
+get or find back; recover the use of
+get over an illness or shock
+regain a former condition after a financial loss
+regain or make up for
+reuse (materials from waste products)
Advanced English Dictionary
1 regain, get or take or win or make back (again), recoup, repossess, retake, recapture, restore, retrieve, reclaim, redeem:
It was impossible to recover the time lost. After a fierce battle, the territory was recovered
2 get well or better, recuperate, convalesce, mend, return to health, regain one's strength or health, be on the mend, heal, improve, revive, rally, take a turn for the better, get back on one's feet, pull through:
It took me a week to recover from the operation. Lucy had a virus, but she's recovering now
3 save, salvage, deliver, rescue, return, bring back, reclaim, retrieve:
They never did recover the gold from the sunken ship.
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [V] ~ (from sth) to get well again after being ill/sick, hurt, etc: He's still recovering from his operation.
from sth unpleasant
2 [V] ~ (from sth) to return to a normal state after an unpleasant or unusual experience or a period of difficulty: It can take many years to recover from the death of a loved one. + The economy is at last beginning to recover.
3 [VN] ~ sth (from sb/sth) to get back the same amount of money that you have spent or that is owed to you
He is unlikely to ever recover his legal costs.
sth lost / stolen
4 [VN] ~ sth (from sb/sth) to get back or find sth that was lost, stolen or missing: The police eventually recovered the stolen paintings. + Six bodies were recovered from the wreckage.
position / status
5 [VN] to win back a position, level, status, etc. that has been lost
The team recovered its lead in the second half.
senses / emotions
6 [VN] to get back the use of your senses, control of your emotions, etc.
It took her a few minutes to recover consciousness. + to recover your sight / hearing + She seemed upset but quickly recovered herself.
recovered adjective [not before noun]: She is now fully recovered from her injuries.
completely, fully | partially | only just | hardly, never/not quite, never really
She had hardly recovered from the birth of her last baby.
Your baby is recovering well.
| enough, sufficiently
After a minute she recovered enough to speak.
| quickly, soon | gradually, slowly | apparently | never
VERB + RECOVER
help sb (to) | struggle to
Yates is struggling to recover form a serious knee injury.
Mrs Burton was last night recovering from her injuries in hospital.
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