Examples of resuscitate in a Sentence
The patient stopped breathing but doctors were able to resuscitate him.
she hopes to resuscitate the currently defunct charity organization
Recent Examples of resuscitate from the Web
EMS director Brad Cothran says the boy was under water too long to be resuscitated.
Elgin firefighters were able to resuscitate a dog that was trapped in a house fire, officials said Wednesday.
Politically, the feeling is some of the efforts that are being put into resuscitating some of the older infrastructure that should be transitioning off the grid … is not a very good investment of taxpayer money or, really, political energy.
Paramedics attempted to resuscitate Victoria but were unsuccessful, Carter said.
According to police, Brown was already unresponsive when North Lauderdale Fire Rescue attempted to resuscitate her.
Doctors were able to resuscitate her but by then serious brain damage had occurred.
El-Sissi's government is in the midst of an ambitious and politically sensitive reform program to resuscitate the economy.
Apple is a market-shaper, and that’s the kind of a company the publishing industry needs to resuscitate it as the traditional advertising model continues to collapse.
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RESUSCITATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resuscitate for English Language Learners
: to bring (someone who is unconscious, not breathing, or close to death) back to a conscious or active state again
RESUSCITATE Defined for Kids
Definition of resuscitate for Students
: to bring back from apparent death or unconsciousness
Medical Definition of resuscitate
: to revive from apparent death or from unconsciousness resuscitate a nearly drowned person by artificial respiration
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