recuperar, convalescer, restabelecer, retemperar forças, reaver, restabelecer-se, refazer-se
Verb(1) regain or make up for(2) regain a former condition after a financial loss(3) restore to good health or strength(4) get over an illness or shock
(1) Now it is feared Mrs Huxley, whose signature was on the residents' village green application, might be hit with a bill if the developer looks to recuperate its legal costs.(2) Christmas is a time to recuperate(3) Indeed, by returning the money, the gang will be able to recuperate its money later on through rice-connected projects.(4) Of course the market will not stay at current levels forever and is expected to recuperate its losses during the next two or three years.(5) After she hung up, she took a deep breath to recuperate her thoughts and wonder what she had gotten herself into.(6) Of the three, only Kerrigan and Wellhauser will be receiving Feds funding to help recuperate losses incurred from their platforms.(7) She said she was taking the students to court to recuperate her losses, and as a matter of principle.(8) He has raised prices by 3p a litre, on top of a national price rise of about the same amount put in place by BP, in an effort to recuperate losses.(9) The only way in which I can recuperate my humiliation is to turn it into an amusing anecdote that elicits laughter or sympathy.(10) they will seek to recuperate the returns that go with investment(11) To recuperate some of the money lost, trash and treasure was sold in a mini-fete at the school last week - and there was plenty of community support.(12) To recuperate these costs and make the venture economically viable Bright Grey is going to have to secure a significant chunk of market share.(13) Football was cancelled last night, which was a good thing as my body was still recuperating from the previous night's game (which we won rather convincingly).(14) Council bosses managed to reopen half the course at the beginning of February in a bid to start recuperating some of the money lost and encourage golfers to return.(15) The country has been recuperating from the blow of the recent devastating flood.(16) When I was recuperating from a long illness last year, doctors advised me against using public transport.
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