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verb [transitive] resurrect pronunciation in British English /ˌrezəˈrekt/
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present tense
I/you/we/theyresurrect
he/she/itresurrects
present participleresurrecting
past tenseresurrected
past participleresurrected
  1. 1
    to make something exist again, or to start to use something again after it has disappeared, been forgotten, or stopped being used
    Berry had one last chance to resurrect his international career.

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