- vt. 归还; 交还 give back
- vt. 使恢复 make well or normal again; bring back (to a former condition)
- vt. 修复; 重建 repair; rebuild as before; reconstruct (sth) so that it is like the original
return to its original or usable and functioning condition;
"restore the forest to its original pristine condition"
return to life; get or give new life or energy;
"The week at the spa restored me"
give or bring back;
"Restore the stolen painting to its rightful owner"
restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken;
"She repaired her TV set"
"Repair my shoes please"
bring back into original existence, use, function, or position;
"restore law and order"
"reestablish peace in the region"
"restore the emperor to the throne"
- The military government promised to restore democracy within one year.
- Drastic measures will have to be taken to restore order.
- The police must try to restore order.
- The new manager's job is to restore the company to profitability.
- I feel quite restored to health after my holiday.
- The stolen property must be restored to its owner.
- It's easy to kill,but impossible to restore life.
- He restored the umbrella he had taken by mistake.
- His conscience overcame him and he restored the books he had taken from the shop.
- At present the doctor is giving him daily massages to help restore the function of his limbs.
- Several books stolen from the cupboard have now been restored.
- His health was entirely restored.
- He feels completely restored in health after a period of intensive care.
- The old painting was damaged in the flood and had to be painstakingly restored.
- restore belief〔faith〕 in (v.+n.+prep.)
恢复对…的信任 renew a usually general or public belief in the worth of (sth such as a quality or a group)
restore belief〔faith〕 in sth
The city council has done its best to restore our belief in their honesty, but many people still have their doubts.
His recent success has helped to restore his faith in his own ability.
- restore to (v.+prep.)
恢复到… cause (sb/sth) to return to (a former position)
- restore book 把书放回原处
- restore building 修复建筑物
- restore calm 恢复平静
- restore communications 恢复交通
- restore sb's eyesight 恢复某人的视力
- restore production 恢复生产
- restore sb's right 恢复某人的权利
- restore accurately 精确地修复
- restore cleverly 精心修复
- restore completely〔entirely〕 彻底恢复
- restore faithfully 忠实地修复
- restore finally 终于恢复
- restore genuinely 真实地修复
- restore medically 医疗地恢复
- restore skillfully 灵巧地修复
- restore speedily 快速地恢复
- restore ultimately 最终恢复
- restore unquestionably 无困难地修复
Till he had made amends, and full restore For all the damage which he had him doen afore.出自： Spenser
The victories..had restored public confidence.出自： B. Montgomery
- restore, recover
- 1.指恢复某物具体的状况时,多用restore; 指恢复抽象的状况时,常用recover。
- 2.这两个词均可指恢复健康,但使用的句式不同:recover用于recover one's health，只用于主动结构,以人作主语; 而restore则用于restore sb to health，且多用于被动结构。例如:
- He has recovered his sight.他的视力恢复了。
- Jack was restored to health.杰克终于恢复了健康。
- restore, resuscitate, revive, revivify
- restore指通过治疗使某人恢复知觉、健康或精力; revive专指使人从濒死状态中复活,也可指精神等重新振作或艺术的复兴,侧重回到原先状态; revivify指正常人增加了新的活力或濒于枯竭的事物又获得了新的力量,但不一定恢复原态; resuscitate常指努力使快死的人恢复知觉,引申指使生命力将要枯竭的人或物恢复活力。
- restore, refresh, refurbish, rejuvenate, renew
- renew的含义最广,可指使旧物彻底更新,也可指赋予年久失修的东西以新貌,还可指使人重新获得青春或使事物从新的起点开始; restore指重建房屋或修复艺术品等,也可指恢复知觉、健康或精力,强调回到原来的状态; refresh指通过某种必要的措施使精力得到恢复,或重新想起已被遗忘的事,也可指采用磨光的方法使某物焕然一新; refurbish主要指重新擦亮或抛光、刷新物体的表面; rejuvenate特指使人恢复年轻和充满活力的外貌。
- ☆ 1300年进入英语，直接源自古法语的restorer；最初源自古典拉丁语的restaurare：re (返） + staurare (恢复），意为恢复到原来样子。
- reinstate 使复位
- repair 修理
- renovate 修理
- fix 使 ... 固定
- mend 修理
- renew 重新开始
- reestablish 重建
- Re-establish vt 1.
- replace 取代
- bring back 带回来
- return 返回
- give back 归还
- refurbish 刷新
- overhaul 翻修
- do up 修缮 打扮 使整洁,精疲...
- rebuild 重建
- recondition 修理
- touch up 修改
- fix up 安排
- cure 治疗
- refresh （使）恢复精神...
- revive 使重生
- strengthen 加强
- reproduce 再生
- settlement 解决
- back 后面
- put back 放回原处
- put 放
- bushel 大量
- recover 恢复
- reclaim 收回
- touch on 触及
- regenerate 再生
- rejuvenate 使 ... 年轻
- doctor 博士
- restitute 偿还
- regain 恢复
- reconstruct 重建