revive-v; 1 Senses

Sense Number 1: come or bring back to life, health, existence or use

The doctors were unable to revive the accident victim.
They revived the woman with an injection, after her sleeping pill overdose.
The labor negotiation cannot be revived after four walkouts.
The fashion industry has revived elements from the 60s, including bell bottoms.
The recent success of the Mars probe has revived public interest in space travel.
Why does Sally want to revive such painful memories from childhood?
A cup of hot tea greatly revived Jane's spirits.
Several hit movies this summer have revived profits at the box office.
Direct sunlight and fertilizer have revived my sickly azaleas remarkably.
The creation of new jobs in these sectors has helped to revive the economy.

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WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5