reinflate

reinflate

(ˌriːɪnˈfleɪt)
vb (tr)
to fill (a balloon, ball, etc) with air again
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Balloons can also be used when temperatures are cold as one blows it up and ties it outside to deflate, then brings it back inside to watch it reinflate in the warmth.
This allowed him to SAVIOUR Chris insert his fingers to reinflate the lungs and keep the brothers alive.
The worst part of it was being in intensive care the day afterwards and I had some problems and they were struggling to reinflate my lungs and I seriously thought I was on the way out.
One potential explanation for this is that many Norwegians switch to snow tires at this time of year and may reinflate their tires when performing the tire change.
Consider that this move is not intended as a short-term fix to be reversed as soon as oil prices presumably reinflate in the next year or so (a dubious presumption indeed).
After the boom of the 1950s, the United States returned to financial instability: two credit crunches and a decade of dollar crises in the 1960s, the collapse of the dollar in 1971, more runaway inflation in the 1970s, double-digit interest rates and a huge bust in the 1980s, a series of international financial crises in the 1990s, the boom and bust of the 2000s, and now zero nominal and negative real interest rates that pillage savers and reinflate dangerous asset price bubbles.
The global Great Depression of the 1930s resulted in practical measures to reinflate demand, which included a federal minimum wage in the United States.
When Kringle stopped pouring the dry ice, the balloon began to reinflate, prompting "oohs" and "aahs" from the Thurston group.
1) Reduced lung compliance: collapsed airways require greater pressure to reinflate and are more likely to collapse again following inflation.
Now is not the time to try to reinflate the economy with more wasteful spending and investment.
Deflate over 5 seconds, and then reinflate for 1 to 2 minutes.
His hospitalization, he explained, stemmed from a misunderstanding: Seeking a message from God on whether to dissociate himself from his family, he had stabbed a basketball and waited for it to reinflate itself.