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noun revival pronunciation in British English /rɪˈvaɪv(ə)l/
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singularrevival
pluralrevivals

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  1. 1
    [countable/uncountable] the process of becoming active, successful, or popular again
    The Pope’s visit sparked a religious revival in Cuba.
    the revival of interest in local radio
    a revival in/of someone’s fortunes (=an improvement in someone’s situation): a revival in the political fortunes of the Liberal Party
  2. 2
    [countable] a new performance of something that has not been performed for a long time, such as a play
    a revival of the hit musical Guys and Dolls

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