recovery
[rɪ'kʌvərɪ]

noun

[Definition]: recover from loss, sickness, damage etc in the past

[Example Sentences]:
1. Analysts say that recovery is likely to fade this quarter or early in 2014.
2. Microsoft also increased the maximum number of recovery points from 366 to 9,999.
3. With it, her odds of survival and recovery are 80% to 85%.
4. The road to recovery is different for each of us depending on your experience.
5. Windows will let you know how much space you need as part of the recovery drive creation process.
6. The worry is that the economic recovery will kill the will to reform.
7. Because our recovery plan is working, so is the country and in record numbers.
8. He is expected to make a full and complete recovery, it added.
9. We wish a full and quick recovery to those injured in the attacks.
10. Only one recovery code can remain active at a given time.
11. It has not gone to a recovery mode at this time.
12. It will also offer a number of new services around big data, disaster recovery and managed security.
13. Why has it taken so long for such food waste recovery programs to become popular?
14. The company provides server and PC backup services, as well as full disaster recovery and archiving.


[Antonyms]loss, forfeiture, privation

[Synonyms]repossession, resumption, recruiting
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