Definition of invigorate in English:

invigorate

Syllabification: in·vig·or·ate
Pronunciation: /inˈvigəˌrāt
 
/

verb

[with object]

Derivatives

invigoration

noun
More example sentences
  • But the most delightful source of invigoration at the restaurant comes from chef-owner Matthew Kenney's wonderfully appealing food.
  • Its brand proposition as ‘God's Own Country’ is well poised to become a common enough refrain about physical and mental invigoration brought about by the calming backwaters, herbs and aromas of Kerala.
  • To visit Turnovo and only focus on what the guide book or tourist operator says is important, is to negate the cultural invigoration of the ‘living’ city.

invigorator

Pronunciation: /-ˌrātər/
noun
More example sentences
  • Tea-tree oil can be used to zap a spot, treat a cut or applied as a post-shave invigorator or an emergency antiseptic.

Origin

mid 17th century: from medieval Latin invigorat- 'made strong', from the verb invigorare, from in- 'toward' + Latin vigorare 'make strong' (from vigor 'vigor').

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