Another word for recover
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These verbs mean to get back something lost or taken away. Recover is the least specific: The police recovered the stolen car. “In a few days Mr. Barnstaple had recovered strength of body and mind” (H.G. Wells). Regain suggests success in recovering something that has been taken from one: “hopeful to regain/Thy Love” (John Milton). To recoup is to get back the equivalent of something lost: earned enough profit to recoup her expenses. Retrieve pertains to the effortful recovery of something (retrieved the ball) or to the making good of something gone awry: “By a brilliant coup he has retrieved . . . a rather serious loss” (Samuel Butler).
Another word for recoververb
To get back:recoup, regain, repossess, retrieve. See get
To extricate from an undesirable state:reclaim, redeem, rescue, salvage. See help
To regain one's health:come around (or round), convalesce, gain, improve, mend, perk up, rally, recuperate. See health