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- (US) enPR: rĭstôrʹ, IPA (key): /rɪˈstɔr/
- (UK) enPR: rĭstôʹ, IPA (key): /rɪˈstɔː/
Audio (US) (file)
- Hyphenation: re‧store
- (transitive) If you restore a state, feeling, or ability that has been lost, you make that possible or normal again.
- Police were sent to restore order after an attack on May 4.
- The government attempted to restore confidence by announcing tougher laws.
- With a simple operation, doctors were able to restore his hearing.
- (transitive) If you restore something, you make it go back to the way it was.
- The school is restoring the buildings that were damaged in the fire.
- Art experts are working to restore the painting to its original condition.
- (transitive) If you restore something, you put or give it back.
- The lost child was restored to her parents by police.
- Management has restored the extra vacation time.