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      n   pl   , -eries  
1    the act or process of recovering, esp. from sickness, a shock, or a setback; recuperation  
2    restoration to a former or better condition  
3    the regaining of something lost  
4    the extraction of useful substances from waste  
5      (Law)  
a    the obtaining of a right, etc., by the judgment of a court  
b    (in the U.S.) the final judgment or verdict in a case  
6      (Fencing)   a return to the position of guard after making an attack  
7      (Swimming, rowing, etc.)   the action of bringing the arm, oar, etc., forward for another stroke  
8      (Golf)   a stroke played from the rough or a bunker to the fairway or green  

enhanced oil recovery  
      n   any of several techniques that make it possible to recover more oil than can be obtained by natural pressure, such as the injection of fluid or gases into an oilfield to force more oil to the surface  
European Recovery Programme  
      n      the official name for the       Marshall Plan  
recovery stock  
      n     (Stock Exchange)   a security that has fallen in price but is believed to have the ability to recover  
spontaneous recovery  
      n     (Psychol)   the reappearance of a response after its extinction has been followed by a period of rest  
waste heat recovery  
      n   the use of heat that is produced in a thermodynamic cycle, as in a furnace, combustion engine, etc., in another process, such as heating feedwater or air  
Diccionario de inglés definición  


1    convalescence, healing, improvement, mending, rally, recuperation, return to health, revival, turn for the better  
2    amelioration, betterment, improvement, rally, rehabilitation, restoration, revival, upturn  
3    recapture, reclamation, redemption, repair, repossession, restoration, retrieval  

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