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revitalize

verb re·vi·tal·ize \(ˌ)rē-ˈvī-tə-ˌlīz\

: to make (someone or something) active, healthy, or energetic again

re·vi·tal·izedre·vi·tal·iz·ing

Full Definition of REVITALIZE

transitive verb
:  to give new life or vigor to
re·vi·tal·i·za·tion \(ˌ)rē-ˌvī-tə-lə-ˈzā-shən\ noun

Examples of REVITALIZE

  1. The mayor hopes to revitalize the city.
  2. <a new cream that claims to revitalize sun-damaged skin>

First Known Use of REVITALIZE

1869

revitalize

transitive verb re·vi·tal·ize   (Medical Dictionary)
re·vi·tal·ized also British re·vi·tal·isedre·vi·tal·iz·ing also British re·vi·tal·is·ing

Medical Definition of REVITALIZE

:  to impart new life or vigor to :  restore to an active or fresh condition
re·vi·tal·iza·tion also British re·vi·tal·isa·tion \(ˌ)rē-ˌvīt-əl-ə-ˈzā-shən\ noun

Variants of REVITALIZE

re·vi·tal·ize also British re·vi·tal·ise \(ˈ)rē-ˈvīt-əl-ˌīz\

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