Definitions

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  • v. To give new life, energy, activity or success to something.
  • v. To rouse from a state of inactivity or quiescence.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. give new life or vigor to

Etymologies

re- + vital + -ise (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I would not be surprised if all these attempts to "revitalise" superhero franchises end up being nothing more than another nail in the coffin. karlpilkington

    Bryan Singer to Produce, not Direct X-Men: First Class | /Film

  • Tuesday with a call for foreign investment to "revitalise" South and southern Africa.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Organisers want to "revitalise" the Olivier Awards, established in 1976 as the Society of West End Theatre Awards.

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  • The commitment by EMI to 'revitalise' the studios under its ownership and look at allowing the public to visit them is good news.

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  • EMI said it had rejected an offer for the building last year and was in talks about a project to "revitalise" the studios in north London that "would involve a substantial injection of new capital."

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  • EMI now says it has had plans to "revitalise" Abbey Road Studios since the company was acquired by Terra Firma in 2007.

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  • But the firm will now carry that weight indefinitely and claims to be seeking an injection of fresh capital to 'revitalise' the studios.

    Londonist

  • She cited the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the NATO-Russia Council, calling for efforts to "revitalise" the latter to improve cooperation on areas including Afghanistan and anti-missile defence.

    News

  • France's Prime Minister Francois Fillon has unveiled a series of measures worth 26bn euros ($33. 1bn; £23. 5bn) designed to "revitalise" the French economy.

    European Tribune

  • On Monday, Prime Minister Francois Fillon announced a 26bn euro ($33. 1bn; £23. 5bn) initiative designed to "revitalise" the economy.

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