vitalization


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vi·tal·ize

 (vīt′l-īz′)
tr.v. vi·tal·ized, vi·tal·iz·ing, vi·tal·iz·es
1. To endow with life; animate.
2. To make more lively or vigorous; invigorate.

vi′tal·i·za′tion (-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
vi′tal·iz′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.vitalization - the state of being vitalized and filled with lifevitalization - the state of being vitalized and filled with life
physical condition, physiological condition, physiological state - the condition or state of the body or bodily functions
Translations

vitalization

nBelebung f, → Aktivierung f
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Yet such is the vulpine slyness of Dame Nature, that, till now, Tess had been hoodwinked by her love for Clare into forgetting it might result in vitalizations that would inflict upon others what she had bewailed as misfortune to herself.
Under the theme of "Advancing Vitalization of Local Communities with Foreign Nationals", we will focus on the contribution of foreign nationals in vitalizing local communities.
This system encourages students from ethnic minorities to obtain specific technical skill and aims at the financial improvement and employment of these youths, and, as a result, the vitalization of rural towns in the southern part of Nepal.
DOCOMO also will collaborate with partners in six key fields-primary industries, education, sports, healthcare, mobility and work style reform-aiming to contribute to further growth and prosperity in Japan, including through the vitalization of regional economies.
This study developed a new tall fescue variety with excellent environmental adaptability, aiming to make a contribution to the vitalization of the Korean grassland industry.
The Swiss Assistant Secretary also stressed for the vitalization of the SAARC forum to address the current regional situation through dialogue.
As a result, we conducted a research on whether the NO creation suppression effects of [beta]-glucan have any relation with the suppression of the vitalization of MAPKs.
Barker and Zublena, 1993 concluded that much of the nutrients can be lost through vitalization, and surface runoff during the time between manure voiding by the animal and transport to the field for spreading.
However, the establishment of a sustainable mobile society requires the implementation of measures to help reduce traffic accidents to zero by further enhancing safety, the mitigation of environmental impacts, and the vitalization of mobility in an aging society.
The report also outlined the urgent need fora National Institute of Atmospheric Research (NIAR) to assist in the vitalization of atmospheric science.
Structured around the origin, growth, and regression of the armyAEs support programs for soldiers and their families, this book narrates the story of advance and vitalization in army social welfare programs during the 1980s, detailing changes to the military and civilian welfare policies as a result of efforts pursued by President Reagan, army wives, and the conservative Christian right.
The World Bank has helped lay the groundwork for vitalization, offering technical expertise, bringing international good practices and engaging stakeholders on building a shared vision to renew fisheries.