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(Intransitive) To stop sleeping.
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  1. (Intransitive) To stop sleeping.
  2. To become aware of something:
  3. To cause (someone) to become aware; alert or enlighten:
To restore consciousness or other signs of life to (one who appears dead):
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  1. To restore consciousness or other signs of life to (one who appears dead):
  2. To revive or revitalize; bring back to life; esp., to revive (someone in a faint, apparently dead, etc.), as by artificial respiration
  3. To restore to use, activity, vigor, or notice; reinvigorate:
To become fresh again; revive.
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  1. To become fresh again; revive.
  2. To revive or stimulate (the memory, etc.)
  3. To perform the periodic energizing required to maintain the contents of computer memory, the display luminance of a computer screen, etc.
To bring into being again; reestablish.
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  1. To bring into being again; reestablish.
  2. To arrange for the extension of:
  3. To give or get an extension of
To make active, vivacious, interesting, or cheerful; liven up or brighten
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  1. To make active, vivacious, interesting, or cheerful; liven up or brighten
  2. To make more lively, cheerful or interesting.
To incite; arouse.
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  1. To incite; arouse.
  2. To set afire; light.
  3. To kindle; to arouse or evoke.
To relight (a fire).
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  1. To relight (a fire).
  2. To revive or renew:
  3. To revive.
To make more lively, active, striking, etc.
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  1. To make more lively, active, striking, etc.
  2. To make more lively, intense, or striking; enliven:
  3. To give life to; animate
To put new life or vigor into; cause to revive
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  1. To put new life or vigor into; cause to revive
  2. To revive
To impart new life or vigor to:
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  1. To impart new life or vigor to:
  2. To bring vitality, vigor, etc. back to after a decline
To fill with spirit, courage, or resolution:
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  1. To fill with spirit, courage, or resolution:
  2. To give motion to; put into action
  3. To give life to; fill with life:
To reinvigorate:
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  1. To reinvigorate:
  2. To reconstruct or re-create:
  3. To give new life to:
To restore to good condition, especially by repairing, renovating, or rebuilding.
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  1. To restore to good condition, especially by repairing, renovating, or rebuilding.
  2. To restore to a functional state, or to a condition resembling the original.
To make feel or seem young again; bring back to youthful strength, appearance, etc.
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  1. To make feel or seem young again; bring back to youthful strength, appearance, etc.
  2. (Geol.) To increase the grade and speed of flow of (a stream), usually by uplift of the surrounding land
  3. To give youthful land forms to (a region), as steep slopes
Alternative form of bring round.
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  1. Alternative form of bring round.
(Intransitive) To awake.
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  1. (Intransitive) To awake.
  2. (Intransitive) To become more aware of a real-life situation; to concentrate on the matter in hand.
To cause (game) to rise from cover, come out of a lair, etc.; stir up to flight or attack
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  1. To cause (game) to rise from cover, come out of a lair, etc.; stir up to flight or attack
  2. To cause to come out of a state of sleep, repose, unconsciousness, etc.; wake
  3. To give rise to; bring about:
To cause (someone) to be active, attentive, or excited:
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  1. To cause (someone) to be active, attentive, or excited:
  2. To become aroused
  3. To give rise to (a feeling, for example); stir up:
To rise from the dead; return to life.
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  1. To rise from the dead; return to life.
  2. To bring back into notice, practice, use, etc.
  3. To restore to vibrancy:
To make cheerful, merry, or lively
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  1. To make cheerful, merry, or lively
  2. To cause to feel happily refreshed and energetic; elate:
  3. To invigorate or stimulate
To release or put out energy.
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  1. To release or put out energy.
  2. To show energy; be active
  3. To give energy to; activate or invigorate:
To become brisk; increase in strength. Used of the wind.
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  1. To become brisk; increase in strength. Used of the wind.
  2. To begin to give milk, as a cow after having a calf
  3. To refresh; to revive.
To impart vigor, strength, or vitality to.
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  1. To impart vigor, strength, or vitality to.
  2. To give life or energy to.
  3. To give vigor to; fill with energy; enliven
To produce a copy, imitation, or representation of:
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  1. To produce a copy, imitation, or representation of:
  2. To generate offspring by sexual or asexual means.
  3. To produce offspring; bring forth others of its kind
(Theater) To stage a production again
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  1. (Theater) To stage a production again
To form again, or be made anew
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  1. To form again, or be made anew
  2. (Mech.) To use (heat, energy, pressure, etc. which would otherwise be wasted) by employing special arrangements or devices
  3. (Chem.) To produce (a compound, product, etc.) again chemically, as from a derivative or by modification to a physically changed, but not chemically changed, form
To put (someone) back in a former position or role:
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  1. To put (someone) back in a former position or role:
  2. To bring back to an original or normal condition:
  3. To bring back into existence or use; reestablish:
To put (an inactive military unit) on an active status by assigning personnel, equipment, etc. to it
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  1. To put (an inactive military unit) on an active status by assigning personnel, equipment, etc. to it
  2. To organize or create (a military unit, for example):
  3. To treat (sewage) with air so that aerobes will become active in it, thus purifying it
To place (an inactivated military unit, ship, etc.) back on an active status
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  1. To place (an inactivated military unit, ship, etc.) back on an active status
  2. To activate again.
  3. To restore the ability to function or the effectiveness of.
  1. To regain consciousness after a faint etc.
  2. (Idiomatic) To change one's mind, especially to begin to agree or appreciate what one was reluctant to accept at first.
To bring (land) into or return to a suitable condition for use; reclaim.
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  1. To bring (land) into or return to a suitable condition for use; reclaim.
  2. To get back control or possession of (land) by military conquest or legal action.
  3. (Law) To succeed in a claim; receive judgment in one's favor
(Now Rare) To use profitably or to good advantage
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  1. (Now Rare) To use profitably or to good advantage
  2. To raise to a more desirable or more excellent quality or condition; make better:
  3. To become better:
To grow well or luxuriantly; thrive:
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  1. To grow well or luxuriantly; thrive:
  2. To perform a fanfare, as of trumpets
  3. To grow vigorously; succeed; thrive; prosper
To come out of sleep; wake
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  1. To come out of sleep; wake
  2. To cause (somebody) to stop sleeping.
  3. To become aware or cognizant:
To wake up again.
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To become strong or stronger.
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  1. To become strong or stronger.
  2. To animate; to give moral strength to; to encourage; to fix in resolution; to hearten.
  3. To augment; to improve; to intensify.
To deal with successfully; prevail over; surmount:
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  1. To deal with successfully; prevail over; surmount:
  2. To get the better of in competition, struggle, etc.; conquer
  3. To overpower, as with emotion; affect deeply:
(Intransitive, idiomatic) to bring back to life; revitalize, revive, resurrect
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  1. (Intransitive, idiomatic) to bring back to life; revitalize, revive, resurrect
  2. (Intransitive, idiomatic) to become alive, bring into existence
To come in order to help
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  1. To come in order to help
  2. To come back to action, normal strength, etc.; revive
  3. To come together for a common purpose, esp. to assist or support a cause, person, etc.
(Idiomatic) To recover from illness or other incapacitation.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To recover from illness or other incapacitation.
  2. (Literally) To improve.
To fill with joy, good spirits, and hope; gladden; comfort
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  1. To fill with joy, good spirits, and hope; gladden; comfort
  2. To make happier or more cheerful:
  3. To urge on or encourage by cheers
(Law) To help; aid
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  1. (Law) To help; aid
  2. To give a sense of ease to
  3. To soothe in distress or sorrow; ease the misery or grief of; bring consolation or hope to
To make or become happy or happier; gladden; cheer up
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  1. To make or become happy or happier; gladden; cheer up
  1. To foster, give help or patronage
  2. To give support to; foster:
  3. To give support to; be favorable to; foster; help
  1. To strengthen or hearten; give impetus or vigour
  2. To put spirit into; give life or courage to; cheer; exhilarate
To lessen or allay (grief, sorrow, etc.)
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  1. To lessen or allay (grief, sorrow, etc.)
  2. To give solace to; comfort; console
  3. To comfort, cheer, or console, as in trouble or sorrow.
To allay the sorrow or grief of (someone).
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  1. To allay the sorrow or grief of (someone).
  2. To make feel less sad or disappointed; comfort
To ease, lighten, or reduce (pain, anxiety, etc.)
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  1. To ease, lighten, or reduce (pain, anxiety, etc.)
  2. To give aid or assistance to
  3. To free from pain, anxiety, or distress:
To turn aside.
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  1. To turn aside.
  2. To turn (a person or thing) aside from a course, direction, etc. into another; deflect
  3. To turn aside from a course or direction:
(Archaic) To be or become glad
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  1. (Archaic) To be or become glad
  2. To cause (something) to become more glad.
  3. To make glad:
To allay or relieve (pain, an ache, etc.); assuage
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  1. To allay or relieve (pain, an ache, etc.); assuage
  2. To ease or relieve (pain, for example).
  3. To bring comfort, composure, or relief.
Used to make a polite request.
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  1. Used to make a polite request.
  2. To give satisfaction or pleasure; be agreeable:
  3. To have the will or desire; wish:
To take great pleasure or joy:
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  1. To take great pleasure or joy:
  2. To give great pleasure or joy:
  3. To please greatly:
To be glad, happy, or delighted; be full of joy
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  1. To be glad, happy, or delighted; be full of joy
  2. To feel joyful; be delighted:
  3. To feel joyful about (something):
Alternative form of bring round.
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  1. Alternative form of bring round.
To put (someone) back in a former position or role:
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  1. To put (someone) back in a former position or role:
  2. To bring back to an original or normal condition:
  3. To bring back into existence or use; reestablish:
To restore consciousness or other signs of life to (one who appears dead):
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  1. To restore consciousness or other signs of life to (one who appears dead):
  2. To revive or revitalize; bring back to life; esp., to revive (someone in a faint, apparently dead, etc.), as by artificial respiration
  3. To restore to use, activity, vigor, or notice; reinvigorate:
To put new life or vigor into; cause to revive
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  1. To put new life or vigor into; cause to revive
  2. To revive
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  1. To activate again.
  2. To place (an inactivated military unit, ship, etc.) back on an active status
  3. To restore the ability to function or the effectiveness of.
To reinvigorate:
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  1. To reinvigorate:
  2. To reconstruct or re-create:
  3. To give new life to:
To relight (a fire).
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  1. To relight (a fire).
  2. To revive or renew:
  3. To revive.
To take up again; resume:
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  1. To take up again; resume:
  2. To repeat so as to reaffirm:
  3. To arrange for the extension of:
To raise from the dead or the grave; bring back to life
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  1. To raise from the dead or the grave; bring back to life
  2. To bring back into practice, notice, or use:
  3. To restore to vibrancy:
To restore to use, activity, vigor, or notice; reinvigorate:
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  1. To restore to use, activity, vigor, or notice; reinvigorate:
  2. To revive or revitalize; bring back to life; esp., to revive (someone in a faint, apparently dead, etc.), as by artificial respiration
  3. To restore consciousness or other signs of life to (one who appears dead):
To bring vitality, vigor, etc. back to after a decline
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  1. To bring vitality, vigor, etc. back to after a decline
  2. To impart new life or vigor to:
To put new life or vigor into; cause to revive
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  1. To put new life or vigor into; cause to revive
  2. To revive
To restore to a previously operational state.
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  1. To restore to a previously operational state.
To bring back into use or existence.
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  1. To bring back into use or existence.
  2. To instate again; restore to a former condition, position, etc.
To make new or as if new again; make young, fresh, or strong again; bring back into good condition
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  1. To make new or as if new again; make young, fresh, or strong again; bring back into good condition
  2. To arrange for the extension of:
  3. To bring into being again; reestablish.
To bring back to an original or normal condition:
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  1. To bring back to an original or normal condition:
  2. To put (someone) back in a former position or role:
  3. To bring back into existence or use; reestablish:
To give, send, or do (something equivalent to what has been given, sent, or done); give, send, or do in requital or reciprocation
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  1. To give, send, or do (something equivalent to what has been given, sent, or done); give, send, or do in requital or reciprocation
  2. To give back to the owner:
  3. To send, put, or carry back:
To cause (oneself) to reflect on or consider.
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  1. To cause (oneself) to reflect on or consider.
  2. To remind (oneself); remember.
  3. To bring (oneself) to think of or recollect; remind (oneself)
To behave obediently:
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  1. To behave obediently:
  2. (Regional) To bring (an object or idea) to mind; remember.
  3. To pay attention to:
To cancel, take back, or revoke:
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  1. To cancel, take back, or revoke:
  2. To call back; ask or order to return; specif., to ask purchasers to return (an imperfect or dangerous product), often so that a manufacturing defect can be corrected
  3. To bring back to mind; remember
To have a recollection; remember
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  1. To have a recollection; remember
  2. To call back to mind; recall; remember, esp. with some effort
  3. To use one's memory to become aware of (something); recall to mind.
To retain in the memory:
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  1. To retain in the memory:
  2. To keep (a person) in mind with some feeling, as of pleasure, gratitude, etc.
  3. To recall to the mind with effort; think of again:
To think about or tell of past experiences or events:
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  1. To think about or tell of past experiences or events:
  2. To think, talk, or write about remembered events or experiences
To continue to have as a feature or aspect:
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  1. To continue to have as a feature or aspect:
  2. To continue to practice, use, etc.
  3. To keep in mind; remember:
To recall a thought or an image to mind:
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  1. To recall a thought or an image to mind:
  2. To have or formulate in the mind:
  3. To call to mind; recall; remember
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