Examples of revitalize in a Sentence
The mayor hopes to revitalize the city.
a new cream that claims to revitalize sun-damaged skin
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And its story continues to be revitalized, with evocative principal roles that have inspired dancers of all ethnicities to shine.
The revitalizing treatment acts as a hair fertilizer, hydrating the scalp and opening up the hair follicles.
There is an upbeat feeling for this river community of late, as new investors are trying to attract artists and entrepreneurs to revitalize the history.
Solid wage growth has been a key missing link in efforts to revitalize Japan’s economy even as Abenomics, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s growth program, has fueled record profits at big companies.
Since an unexpectedly early crash out of the 2016 Rio Olympics, Ellis reached deep into the American player pool in an effort to revitalize the still-reigning 2015 FIFA World Cup champions.
In responding to the Dignam's communication, Neukirch said several of the properties mentioned for exclusion have potential to be revitalized and redeveloped to generate greater revenue.
The move further delays an effort to revitalize the 135-year-old market by transforming it into a U.S. listings outpost for Chinese companies.
Ricardo Rodriguez, a 41-year-old pioneer in Mexico’s urban agriculture movement, is my guide through the quiet backside of the chinampas (floating islands) where Rodriguez helps the local farmers who are revitalizing traditional agriculture.
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First Known Use of revitalize
Synonymsfreshen, recharge, recreate, refresh, refreshen, regenerate, rejuvenate, repair, restore, resuscitate, renew, revive, revivify
Related Wordsmake over, overhaul, reclaim, recondition, reconstitute, redesign, redevelop, redo, reengineer, refurbish, rehab, rehabilitate, remake, remodel, renovate; refill, replenish, resupply; modernize, update
Near Antonymsextinguish, kill, quench, suppress
REVITALIZE Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of revitalize
revitalizationalso British revitalisation play \(ˌ)rē-ˌvīt-ᵊl-ə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
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