|evoke memories, restore||bring back|
|act of fixing, correction, act of mending, act of going somewhere, atone for something, condition of something, fix or mend something, correct a problem or malfunction, go somewhere, job of mending something, meeting place, repaired item, restore relat...||repair|
|act of forgiving; discharging; dispatching, cancel something, defer something, forgive, absolve; release, discharge; abate, relax, slacken; send, pardon something, reduce intensity of something, restore something, send case back to lower court, send pa...||remit|
|act of restoring to a former condition, change marketing of something, put something somewhere different, restore to a former condition; move into a new position; devise a new marketing plan for a product in order to increase sales||reposition|
|aimed at providing health, professional field concerned with the maintenance or restoration of good health; procedures and methods used to maintain or restore good health||healthcare|
|ancient Roman office, any suppression, criticism; suppression of material deemed objectionable, suppression of memories, suppression of published or broadcast material||censorship|
|animated, brilliant in color, energetic and full of life; animated, vivacious; exciting, bustling with activity; sharp and clear (as of memories); vivid; striking, effective; brisk, energetically, in an active manner, vigorously, enthusiastic, full of ...||lively|
|annoy somebody, be allowed to; arrive at, reach, evoke emotions, start dealing with something, start doing something||get to|
|become friendly again, end conflict, make consistent or compatible, make people friendly, make somebody accept something, restore to a state of harmony, settle, conciliate||reconcile|
|become or make something faster, begin to come to life, increase speed, accelerate; expedite, hasten; hurry, rush; enliven, invigorate; restore life to, revive, move in womb, stimulate or be stimulated||quicken|
|being kept down by force, psychological protective mechanism, see also:denial, state of being repressed, suppression; suppression of undesirable feelings urges or memories within the unconscious (Psychoanalysis)||repression|
|borrow library book for longer, extend something, get new supply, give somebody or something new energy, make something new again, repeat promise, replace something worn, restore to good condition; restart, resume; refresh, revive; extend for an additi...||renew|
|build again, reconstruct, erect again, build structure again, make major changes to something, restore something||rebuild|
|buy more securities with profit, invest in improving business, restore a title or degree; grant power again; redeposit money for future profit||reinvest|
|cancel a deletion, cancel a deletion; cancel an erasure or deletion, restore an erased file to usable condition by using an undelete procedure (Computers)||undelete|
|cause experience to return, flourish again, recover consciousness, resuscitate, bring back to life; renew, restore; reactivate, put into action again, stage again||revive|
|cause reaction or feeling, cause to appear, stimulate memories from past, wake, arouse, bring out, summon||evoke|
|cause river to erode more, make area develop topographically young features, make somebody young again, make young again, restore youth; become young again, return something to original condition||rejuvenate|
|cause somebody to regain composure, change arrangement, recreate, reformulate, make again; restore peace, restore tranquility||recompose|
|change back, restore to prior condition||unchange|
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