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recovery British & World English

A return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength

recovery English Thesaurus

she could face lengthy physiotherapy and her recovery may be slow

in recovery British & World English

Recovering from mental illness or drug addiction

recovery time British & World English

The time required for a material or piece of equipment to resume its former or usual condition following an action, such as the passage of a current through electrical equipment

recovery stock British & World English

A share that has fallen in price but is thought to have the potential of climbing back to its original level

recovery position British & World English

A position used in first aid to prevent choking in unconscious patients, in which the body is placed facing downwards and slightly to the side, supported by the bent limbs

European Recovery Program British & World English

Official name for the Marshall Plan.

in recovery in recovery British & World English

Recovering from mental illness or drug addiction

green shoots British & World English

Signs of growth or renewal, especially of economic recovery

recovery shot in recovery British & World English

A stroke bringing the ball from the rough or from a hazard back on to the fairway or the green

green shoots in green British & World English

Signs of growth or renewal, especially of economic recovery


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