re-energize

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re-energize

(riːˈɛnəˌdʒaɪz) or

re-energise

vb (tr)
to inject with energy again; energize again
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This scheme to re-energise transform even our high Prime Minister Boris Johnson Bolton and Rochdale have been included on a new list of towns and high streets set to benefit from the funding.
TEESSIDE has secured a share of a PS1bn pot to "re-energise and transform" Britain's high streets.
He said the gesture would re-energise their resolve to achieve more.
JOS BUTTLER believes Jofra Archer's 'X Factor' can re-energise England's Ashes challenge.
INSURER RSA said yesterday it had improved its underwriting performance in the first half of 2019, as it looks to re-energise its business following a slump in 2018.
According to the 132kV gird station's sub-divisional officer Ilyas Bhutto, engineers managed to re-energise the system after seven hours of continuous efforts.
United are keen on the industrious Scotsman, and believe he could re-energise their midfield.
ISLAMABAD -- Concluding its national conference on human rights and democratic participation in Islamabad, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has said that this is 'an opportune time to re-energise the human rights discourse, given that intense political polarisation has overshadowed human rights enterprise at all levels.' The conference examined crucial questions relating to freedom of expression, assembly and association, federalism, freedom of religion and belief, and rule of law and constitutionalism.
It's already a third of the way through an 18-month plan to re-energise the brand, which includes introducing childrenswear and 100% organic cotton products.
They're already a third of the way through an 18-month plan to re-energise the brand, which includes introducing childrenswear and 100 per cent organic cotton products.
Daldoum further slammed the communique of African Union Peace and Security Council (PSC) meeting of 22-28 November urging "the Government of Sudan and the other Sudanese interlocutors to engage and cooperate with the (African Union High-Level Implementation) Panel in its efforts to re-energise the Roadmap process".