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re·an·i·mate

 (rē-ăn′ə-māt′)
tr.v. re·an·i·mat·ed, re·an·i·mat·ing, re·an·i·mates
1. To give new life to: attempts to reanimate a dead body.
2. To reconstruct or re-create: a book that reanimates Mayan civilization.
3. To reinvigorate: reanimate a friendship.

reanimate

(riːˈænɪmeɪt)
vb (tr)
1. to refresh or enliven (something) again: to reanimate their enervated lives.
2. to bring back to life

re•an•i•mate

(ˌriˈæn əˌmeɪt)

v.t. -mat•ed, -mat•ing.
1. to restore to life; resuscitate.
2. to give fresh vigor, spirit, or courage to.
[1605–15]
re•an`i•ma′tion, n.

reanimate


Past participle: reanimated
Gerund: reanimating

Imperative
reanimate
reanimate
Present
I reanimate
you reanimate
he/she/it reanimates
we reanimate
you reanimate
they reanimate
Preterite
I reanimated
you reanimated
he/she/it reanimated
we reanimated
you reanimated
they reanimated
Present Continuous
I am reanimating
you are reanimating
he/she/it is reanimating
we are reanimating
you are reanimating
they are reanimating
Present Perfect
I have reanimated
you have reanimated
he/she/it has reanimated
we have reanimated
you have reanimated
they have reanimated
Past Continuous
I was reanimating
you were reanimating
he/she/it was reanimating
we were reanimating
you were reanimating
they were reanimating
Past Perfect
I had reanimated
you had reanimated
he/she/it had reanimated
we had reanimated
you had reanimated
they had reanimated
Future
I will reanimate
you will reanimate
he/she/it will reanimate
we will reanimate
you will reanimate
they will reanimate
Future Perfect
I will have reanimated
you will have reanimated
he/she/it will have reanimated
we will have reanimated
you will have reanimated
they will have reanimated
Future Continuous
I will be reanimating
you will be reanimating
he/she/it will be reanimating
we will be reanimating
you will be reanimating
they will be reanimating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reanimating
you have been reanimating
he/she/it has been reanimating
we have been reanimating
you have been reanimating
they have been reanimating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reanimating
you will have been reanimating
he/she/it will have been reanimating
we will have been reanimating
you will have been reanimating
they will have been reanimating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reanimating
you had been reanimating
he/she/it had been reanimating
we had been reanimating
you had been reanimating
they had been reanimating
Conditional
I would reanimate
you would reanimate
he/she/it would reanimate
we would reanimate
you would reanimate
they would reanimate
Past Conditional
I would have reanimated
you would have reanimated
he/she/it would have reanimated
we would have reanimated
you would have reanimated
they would have reanimated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reanimate - give new life or energy toreanimate - give new life or energy to; "A hot soup will revive me"; "This will renovate my spirits"; "This treatment repaired my health"
energize, perk up, energise, stimulate, arouse, brace - cause to be alert and energetic; "Coffee and tea stimulate me"; "This herbal infusion doesn't stimulate"
resuscitate, come to, revive - return to consciousness; "The patient came to quickly"; "She revived after the doctor gave her an injection"

reanimate

verb
To rouse from a state of inactivity or quiescence:
Translations

reanimate

[ˈriːˈænɪmeɪt] VTreanimar

reanimate

vt (Med, form) patient, personwiederbeleben; (fig) party, conversation alsoneu beleben

reanimate

v. reanimar, revivir.
References in classic literature ?
His affections seemed to reanimate towards them all, and his interest in their welfare again became perceptible.
I reanimate in myself the spirits of the departed great.
Doctor examines the dank carcase, and pronounces, not hopefully, that it is worth while trying to reanimate the same.
To reanimate them, they must be irritated or wetted with water."
These are the touches that reanimate my heavy soul and give it eyes to pierce the dark of nature.
He came in with cheery look and manly spirit, and tried to reanimate the expiring heart of the poor money digger, but it was all in vain.
When night falls, corpses reanimate. and Hermit Bob (Tom Waits) witnesses the devastation through binoculars.
Karimov did not die immediately, ambulance that arrived on the scene tried to reanimate him unseccessfuly.
Arguing that John Dewey's thinking still matters to education, the author illustrates how his book Experience and Education can help educators reanimate and reconstruct their work, focusing on the educational importance of his thinking about the present as it relates to education and emphasizing his ideal of creating the fullest present moment as the only way to create the future.
The SCA also proposed the government reanimate the defunct Sindh Seed Corporation because farmers in the province were confronted with the problem of low quality seeds as well as a shortage of seeds.
A new article entitled "Zombie infections: epidemiology, treatment and prevention" details everything from symptoms of infection -- "people may clinically die and reanimate" -- to how "zombiism" is transmitted -- "via bite".
* Influenza vaccines are developed from dead viruses; they cannot reanimate, reactivate or otherwise come back to life to infect you after you've received the shot.