restrengthen


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restrengthen

(ˌriːˈstrɛŋθən)
vb (tr)
to strengthen again or return to strength
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Verb1.restrengthen - make strong again
beef up, fortify, strengthen - make strong or stronger; "This exercise will strengthen your upper body"; "strengthen the relations between the two countries"
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Expressing solidarity with the special persons, he said they should be treated as an opportunity to restrengthen our commitment for the well-being of Special Citizens.
Irma is forecast to restrengthen once it moves away from Cuba, and Irma is expected to remain a powerful hurricane as it approaches Florida," the centre said.
He said: "I'm going to take most of the week off - I'll be riding out and doing physio and all the gym work, but I still need to restrengthen my shoulder.
I'm doing well and I've been training as much as I possibly could to restrengthen my quad and my body to keep it in shape," said Federer, who had surgery on his left knee in February.
Muscles injured by repeated overstress suffer from residual weakness, and unless you restrengthen these muscles, they will be more susceptible to being overstressed and injured again due to this residual weakness.
The South Korean government started to restrengthen its alliance with the United States rather than balance it with China.
We must remember that Vargas Llosa first demystifies the dictator, only to later restrengthen the position of the hyper masculine by dephallicizing, in the psychoanalytic and physical sense, challengers to Trujillo and his offspring.
It doesn't take a long time for the fault to restrengthen after you weaken it.