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restorative
American English: /rəˈstɔrədɪv/
British English: /rɪˈstɒrətɪv/

Translation of restorative in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • There obviously was some damage which occurred by the excavating and building trade vehicles before this project was completed and which would necessitate some restorative landscaping which had nothing to do with the septic system.
    • She believed firmly in the restorative powers of fresh air.
    • Using the excuse that some delayed tribute must be collected, Claudius decides to send the crazed Prince on a restorative sea journey to England.

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