Synonyms & Antonyms : Recover





Recover



( Verb )


I doubt whether he will
recover.

Synonyms:

Heal

Improve

Recapture

Recoup

Redeem

Restore

Recruit

Reposes

Retrieve

Regain

Resume

Cure

Contextual Examples:

The mother is always able to
heal the troubles of her children.

The famous old painting stolen from the National Museum was repossessed from abroad and
restored.

The police have managed to
retrieve some of the money from the thief.

Pinky soon
regained her health during the holidays.

After several months she left hospital and tried to
resume a normal life.

These medicines will
cure the mother’s fever in a couple of days.

A team of officers had come to our village to
recruit soldiers.

Our cricket team has succeeded this year. It has
regained the trophy.



Antonyms:

Die

Sink

Worsen

Grow

Fail

Deteriorate

Abandon

Forfeit

Lose

Replace

Contextual Examples:

The old man
died of paralysis of the brain.

The cargo ship
sank in the high seas due to a severe cyclone.

Of late the health of the old man has gone for the
worse.

You must invert if you want your business to
grow.

Rajesh’s new business project has miserably
failed.

I wish to
replace my old car by a new one.


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