recover : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v get or find back; recover the use of
- v get over an illness or shock
- v regain a former condition after a financial loss
We expect the stocks to recover to $2.90
- v regain or make up for
- v reuse (materials from waste products)
- v cover anew
recover a chair
- Two of the four paintings stolen in one of the world's largest art thefts have been recovered in an abandoned car.
- A rainout gave Boston another day to recover for Game 7, and despite holding and eventually squandering a three-run lead in that game, it was Buckner's error that's held .
- Tweleted lets users recover deleted tweets -- both your own and the ones other people thought best to bury.
- Barack Obama in International Herald Tribune
We will rebuild. We will recover, and the United States of America will emerge stronger than before,Obama said, echoing Presidents Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan.
- President Bush in FOXNews
As the people of the world's largest democracy recover from these attacks, they can count on the people of world's oldest democracy to stand by their side,Bush added in a brief address from the White House.
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in Reuters
I appreciate greatly the Chinese government's continuing confidence in United States Treasuries. I think that's a well grounded confidence,Clinton said. "We have every reason to believe that the United States and China will recover and...