|recover something||get back|
|able to be returned, can be returned, can be given back, container returned to recover deposit, requiring response||returnable|
|able to float, cheerful, floating; light, lively; cheerful, gay, pushing upward, quick to recover emotionally||buoyant|
|action by claimant to recover goods, order demanding the release of confiscated property (Law), replevy (v.}:)||replevin|
|action to recover goods, lawsuit to recover property that has been taken and used by someone else (Law)||trover|
|arrange things in new groups, form into organized body again, recover composure, reorganize, reorganize in groups; arrange in new groups; rearrange again||regroup|
|campaign, concerted effort, fight to retake Holy Land, go on a crusade, join a medieval military expedition to recover the Holy Land from the Muslims; champion a cause, campaign for a cause, medieval military expedition by European Christians to recove...||crusade|
|campaigner, one who fights in a crusade, one who joins a medieval military expedition to recover the Holy Land from the Muslims; one who campaigns for the advancement of a cause, soldier in crusades||crusader|
|cause experience to return, flourish again, recover consciousness, resuscitate, bring back to life; renew, restore; reactivate, put into action again, stage again||revive|
|cause to become serious; cause to become realistic; become sober, recover from the influence of alcohol, dull, lessen intoxication, not drunk, clear-headed, lucid; rational, level-headed; calm, composed; serious, not fanciful or speculative, not intoxi...||sober|
|cheerfulness, force causing floating, power to recover emotionally, tendency to float||buoyancy; buoyance|
|cure from ailment, make well; be cured, become well, emotionally recover, repair naturally, settle or rectify||heal|
|deal with a difficulty, get something finished, make people understand or accept something, recover from something||get over|
|deduct something, get something back, make up for a loss, pay back, reimburse; get back, recover, reimburse another||recoup|
|enlist or draft new members (esp. for the armed forces); gain, obtain, procure, enlist somebody, enroll or take on somebody, new member of a group; one who is newly enlisted or drafted into the armed forces, new soldier, raise an army, recover||recruit|
|fetch game, get data, get something back, recover, regain; bring back, fetch; find and bring back; rescue, save; find information and display it as output (Computers), remedy something, remember something, restore something, retrieving of something, re...||retrieve|
|form again, newly formed or grown, recover from decline, renew, restore to good condition; form again, re-create; be renewed, be restored to good condition, replace by new growth, replacement tissue, restore somebody spiritually, restore something to o...||regenerate|
|get something back, reach somewhere again, recover, get back, repossess; arrive again, reach a place again||regain|
|glaze again, recover, recoat||reglaze|
|improve something, recover or heal, reform; repair; act of repairing; state of healing or improvement, remove a hole, repair; improve; be improved; recuperate (from an illness), restore something to satisfactory condition||mend|
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