Translation of restore in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (reestablish, bring back)(order/peace)(confidence/health)(links/communications)good food and fresh air will restore your energyher sight was miraculously restoredla buena comida y el aire fresco te devolverán las energíasto restore somebodyrecuperó or recobró la vista milagrosamente
tosomethingto restore a country to democratic governmentthe coup restored him to powerreinstaurar or restablecer la democracia en un paísto restore somebody to healthel golpe lo colocó nuevamente en el poderto restore something to lifedevolverle la salud a alguienhacer revivir algoExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (give back) [formal]
- The Second Continental Congress long insisted that it was fighting only to restore English rights to the settlers under the traditional government of the empire.
- But while legislators can strengthen the system, Weill added, CEOs may play an even greater role in restoring the public's faith.
- Once again it seemed as if Fenwick had restored peace by holding to a strong position.
(goods/property)to restore something
- That is why I have returned to restore my clan to its glorious position that it once knew.
- Efforts are under way to introduce prescribed fires to restore pre-European savanna conditions.
- The need to restore royal authority, to return the realm to its condition in his grandfather's reign, was one of the main forces behind Henry II's reforms.
tosomebodyrestituir(le) algo aalguien [formal]Example sentences
- Data Availability becomes an issue when it takes hours to restore a lost/deleted file from an on-site backup tape.
- In 1052 Godwin's family engineered a successful return, forcing the king to restore their land and titles.
- While some paintings may be restored to their owners, others are damaged or never found.
- 2 (repair)(building/painting)to restore something to its former gloryrestituir algo a su antigua grandezaExample sentences
- The architects renovated the entire exterior and tried to restore the building's initial appearance.
- Its historic buildings have been largely restored, and trendy cafes, restaurants and boutiques are flourishing.
- An Taisce did not propose that the building be restored as a cinema, but believed it should continue to be a showroom or a restaurant.
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Opus Dei - Latin for "God's Work" - is a Catholic organization founded in Spain in 1928. The Opus became very influential in Spanish society, above all by founding schools and universities. The aim was to create an élite which would spread Christian ideals throughout society. The University of Navarre is one of its foremost institutions.