Restore synonyms

rĭ-stôr'
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To give back
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Reinstate is to restore someone or something to a previous position or status.
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To postpone an arranged event or appointment.
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Renovate is to restore something to a newer or better state.
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To restore or renew:
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To rebuild in a form supposed to be original
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To restore to good health or useful life, as through therapy and education:
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To give or get an extension of
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To make or do in return:
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(American) Alternative spelling of revitalise.
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To revise or reconstruct (a manuscript, for example).
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(Intransitive, idiomatic) To contribute money, goods, or, especially, services for charitable purposes, as if in return for one's own success.
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To restrain oneself; hold oneself back:
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To put back in good condition, as by cleaning, patching, or repairing
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To restore to a previously operational state.
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To give new health, strength, or spirit to:
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(Sports) To recover a ball, puck, etc.
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To remodel or make extensive changes in:
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To cause to adopt a new attitude or outlook:
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To refurbish is to renovate something or fix something up.
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To adjust (a garment) for a better fit.
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To demand the restoration or return of (a possession, for example); claim again or back:
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To reinstate
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To erect again.
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To cause to be rid of (a defect).
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To bring back to health
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To report, or bring back and make known.
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To cause (a wound, sore, etc.) to become closed or scarred so as to restore a healthy condition
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To heal:
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Rectify is defined as to make something right.
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Redeem is defined as to buy or get something back, pay off a loan, exchange one thing for another or convert into cash.
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(Psychology, of a stimulus element) Reinstate a memory by redintegration.
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Refresh is defined as to cool off, enliven, restore or make someone feel energized.
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To return (money) to (someone); to reimburse.
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To receive (imperfectly formed electrical signals) for retransmission in substantially perfect form
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To provide or serve as a remedy for.
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(Physiology) To maintain bone tissue in dynamic equilibrium through the resorption and deposition of bone at a given site.
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To restore or return to the country of birth, citizenship, or origin:
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To replace is to find a substitute for something, to put something back where you got it from, or to take the place of something.
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(UK, US, dialect) Very, extremely, quite.
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(Computing) To write a file to disk or other storage medium.
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To bring (a thing) up to date.
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To fail to care for or attend to something.
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To destroy the strength, firmness, or consistency of.
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To cause physical damage to (something); harm:
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To impair the soundness, goodness, or value of; to harm or cause destruction.
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(Intransitive) To cause destruction.
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To introduce again or anew
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Alternative form of bring round.
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To revive
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To make feel or seem young again; bring back to youthful strength, appearance, etc.
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To restore (something) to its former condition.
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To brighten by cleaning or rubbing; polish.
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To create anew.
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To become fresh.
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To give new life, energy or strength to someone or something; to revitalize
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To return something
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To cause to become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; add to; augment
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Live is defined as to have life, continue to be alive, to reside somewhere or to behave throughout one's life in a particular way.
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(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
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Freshly; recently. Often used in combination:
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In a strong manner; greatly, severely, vigorously, etc.
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(US, informal) To surgically render an animal, especially a pet, infertile.
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To alter or mend (clothing).
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(Idiomatic) to briefly mention.
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To add ingredients so as to improve or conceal the taste, appearance, or quality of:
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restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken
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Find another word for restore. In this page you can discover 70 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for restore, like: make restitution, reinstate, put-back, renovate, repair, make restoration, rehabilitate, renew, repay, revitalize and revamp.