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to review / revision / CL:
to reinstate / to resume / to restore / to recover / to regain / to rehabilitate
variant of 反覆|反复
to revive / to rejuvenate
to revive / (lit. and fig.) to come back to life / (religion) resurrection
to restore / to renovate / restoration / (computing) to fix (a bug)
variant of 答覆|答复
Fuxing district of Handan city 邯鄲市|邯郸市, Hebei / Fuxing or Fuhsing township in Taoyuan county 桃園縣|桃园县, north Taiwan
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to go and return / to return / to resume / to return to a normal or original state / to repeat / again / to recover / to restore / to turn over / to reply / to answer / to reply to a letter / to retaliate / to carry out
to recover (health, economic) / to resuscitate / anabiosis
Guangfu or Kuangfu township in Hualien County 花蓮縣|花莲县, east Taiwan
to recover (territory or power) / the liberation of Taiwan from Japanese rule in 1945
to reply / to recover / to return (to a previous condition) / Re: in reply to (email)
to avenge / vengeance
to come back out of retirement / to get involved again after having withdrawn
to return to old ways (a Confucian aspiration) / to turn back the clock / neoclassical school during Tang and Song associated with classical writing 古文 / retro (fashion style based on nostalgia, esp. for 1960s)
to return to work (after stoppage)
rehabilitation / recuperate
to make reprisals / to retaliate / revenge / retaliation
to recur (of a disease) / to reappear / to relapse (into a former bad state)
to recuperate / to recover (health) / to convalesce
Avengers (comics)
(of people who were estranged) to be reconciled / (of a couple) to get back together
to pacify / to calm down / to be cured / to be healed
to restore (sth) to (its) former condition / to recover from illness / recovery
variant of 復甦|复苏 / to recover (health, economic) / to resuscitate / anabiosis
to recover (lost territory etc) / to recapture
to restore sb or sth to its original position / to regain the throne / to reset (a dislocated joint, an electronic device etc) / reset
to resume classes
Fudan University, Shanghai, abbr. for 復旦大學|复旦大学
Get well soon! / to recover health quickly
consigned to eternal damnation / with no hope of reprieve
to restore sth to its original state
in the extreme (idiom) / incapable of further increase
to remarry (the same person)
no longer / no more
rechecking / re-inspection / reexamination
the Renaissance
to be reborn / to recover / to come back to life / to regenerate
to return to school (after an interruption) / to resume one's studies
to resume a meeting
Fuxing district of Handan city 邯鄲市|邯郸市, Hebei
to recover one's power or authority / restoration (of a past regime)
Fudan University, Shanghai, abbr. for 復旦大學|复旦大学
to reply officially to a subordinate
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
to lose what one has just obtained (idiom)
Guangfu or Kuangfu township in Hualien County 花蓮縣|花莲县, east Taiwan
completely / totally recovered / healed
Fuxing or Fuhsing township in Taoyuan county 桃園縣|桃园县, north Taiwan
to restore old way / to return to the past
Fudan University, Shanghai
to report on completion of a mission / debriefing
Kai-Fu Lee (1961-), Taiwanese computer scientist and IT executive, founding president of Google China 2005-2009
forest restoration
to retaliate
to return to the same school and repeat a course from which one has already graduated, as a result of failing to get good enough results to progress to one's desired higher-level school
(after completing a game of chess) to replay the game, analyzing the players' moves / (stock market) to resume trading
day after day
Easter Island
to restore (an ancient temple)
to go and come back / to make a return trip / backwards and forwards (e.g. of piston or pump action) / to reciprocate (of machine part)
to lose sth and then regain it (idiom)
to transfer again
spontaneous recovery
to reconsider
anti-Qing revolutionary party set up in 1904 under Cai Yuanpei 蔡元培 / same as 光復會|光复会
lit. the cycle comes back to the start (idiom); to move in circles / the wheel comes full circle
to resume smoking (after giving up) / to relapse into smoking or drug abuse
lit. ashes burn once more (idiom); fig. sb lost returns to have influence / sth malevolent returns to haunt one
to revert to old ways
to reappear / to persist (in memory)
over the years / year after year
to return / to come back
variant of 復原|复原
restrain yourself and return to the rites (idiom, from Analects); to subdue self and observe proprieties / (any number of possible translations)
old illness recurs (idiom); a relapse / fig. to repeat an old error / the same old problem
to recover lost territory
Yan Fu (1853-1921), influential Chinese writer and translator of Western books, esp. on social sciences
to resume a post
to be advised / awaiting an answer
a new year begins (idiom)
to reopen diplomatic relations
restored to one's official post / to send sb back to his former post
another visit to doctor / further diagnosis
to review a judicial case / to reexamine
to reconsider / to reexamine / to review (e.g. a report prior to accepting it)
Shen Fu (1763-c. 1810), Qing dynasty writer, author of Six Records of a Floating Life 浮生六記|浮生六记
to demobilize / to transfer to other tasks (of troops)
to rehabilitate / to regain one's good name
to come back / to return
repechage (supplementary qualifying round in sports)
to reply to a letter
the Renaissance
to restore (deposed monarch, rule, system of laws, ecological system etc) / restoration

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