Translation of recovery in Spanish:
noun plural recoveries
- 1 countable or uncountable 1.1 (return to health)restablecimiento (masculine) [formal]she made a quick recoveryse recuperó or se mejoró rápidamenteto be on the road to recoveryestar en vías de recuperaciónExample sentences1.2 (of economy, industry)
- However, he is expected to make a full recovery and return to active duty very soon.
- This supplement boasts numerous benefits for health, recovery and muscle building.
- Keep in mind that rest, recovery, and proper nutrition between workouts are the keys to fitness and a great-looking body.
- People who fail to take up the offer will face firm action, which may include legal proceedings or recovery of the debt from their accounts or other income sources.
- The letter added that if the schedule was not adhered to in the future the debt would be passed to the legal department for recovery.
- The plaintiffs commenced an action in private law for recovery of the money due.
- 2 uncountable (of stolen goods, missing documents)(retrieval) rescate (masculine)the recovery of long-standing debtsel cobro de deudas morosasto sue for recovery of costsentablar juicio por daños y perjuicios(before noun) recovery service (British English) (Cars)servicio (masculine) de grúarecovery vehicleExample sentences
- Fed-up bosses at a motor showroom came up trumps after offering a reward for the recovery of four stolen cars.
- The arrest resulted in the recovery of over 700 stolen items, and a man receiving a two-year prison sentence.
- Stopping treatment prevents further deterioration but rarely allows complete recovery of visual function.
- The operator advised our journalist that the recovery vehicle could take up to 75 minutes to reach her and she would receive a phone call 10 minutes before it was due to arrive.
- He also wants to establish a new vehicle recovery business on land at the back of the petrol station and put up a new security fence.
- A recovery vehicle drove the car back to Huddersfield and the couple are hoping to make a donation to the fire service as a way of thanks.
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