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reinvigorate Line breaks: re|invig¦or|ate
Pronunciation: /riːɪnˈvɪɡəreɪt/

Definition of reinvigorate in English:


[with object]
Give new energy or strength to: we are fully committed to reinvigorating the economy of the area
More example sentences
  • The leader's primary task is therefore to maintain these three crucial elements of statecraft, and periodically to renew, refresh and reinvigorate them.
  • Tureck plays with verve, bringing up the curtain on the second half of the set and reinvigorating our energy for the rest of the play.
  • Several more countries now had research councils, and others had strengthened or reinvigorated theirs, but global coordination was still lacking.



Pronunciation: /riːɪnvɪɡəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/
Example sentences
  • I'll do it again if I'm in need of reinvigoration.
  • One friend puts a lot of his reinvigoration down to simply knowing that he will never have to fight another general election again.
  • After the meeting, the delegates voiced satisfaction over the reinvigoration of political dialogue between the two countries.

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