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restore

US [rɪˈstɔr]
UK [rɪˈstɔː(r)]
  • v.恢复;修复;恢复(某种情况或感受);使复原
  • Web还原;重建;归还
Simple Present:restores  Present Participle:restoring  Past Tense:restored  
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v.
1.
~ sth (to sb)
恢复(某种情况或感受)to bring back a situation or feeling that existed before
The measures are intended to restore public confidence in the economy.
这些举措旨在恢复公众对经济的信心。
Order was quickly restored after the riots.
暴乱过后秩序很快得到了恢复。
Such kindness restores your faith in human nature(= makes you believe most people are kind) .
这样的善心使人又一次感到人性善良。
The operation restored his sight(= made him able to see again) .
手术使他恢复了视力。
2.
~ sb/sth to sth
使复原;使复位;使复职to bring sb/sth back to a former condition, place or position
He is now fully restored to health.
他现在完全恢复了健康。
We hope to restore the garden to its former glory(= make it as beautiful as it used to be) .
我们想把这花园变得和过去一样美丽。
3.
~ sth
修复;整修;使复原to repair a building, work of art, piece of furniture, etc. so that it looks as good as it did originally
Her job is restoring old paintings.
她的工作是修复旧画。
4.
~ sth
重新采用(或实施);恢复to bring a law, tradition, way of working, etc. back into use
to restore ancient traditions
恢复古老的传统
Some people argue that the death penalty should be restored.
有些人主张恢复死刑。
5.
~ sth (to sb/sth)
归还(失物、赃款等)to give sth that was lost or stolen back to sb
The police have now restored the painting to its rightful owner.
警察已经把这幅油画归还给了它的合法主人。

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