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re·store

 (rĭ-stôr′)
tr.v. re·stored, re·stor·ing, re·stores
1. To bring back into existence or use; reestablish: restore law and order.
2. To bring back to an original or normal condition: restore a building; restored the patient to health.
3.
a. To place in a former position or location: restored the book to the shelf.
b. To put (someone) back in a former position or role: restore the emperor to the throne.
4. To make restitution of; give back: restore the stolen funds.

[Middle English restoren, from Old French restorer, from Latin restaurāre; see stā- in Indo-European roots.]

re·stor′er n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.restorer - a skilled worker who is employed to restore or refinish buildings or antique furniturerestorer - a skilled worker who is employed to restore or refinish buildings or antique furniture
skilled worker, skilled workman, trained worker - a worker who has acquired special skills
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Translations
خَبير بِتَجْديد او تَرْميم الأشْياء
-karestauráror
=-konservatorkonservator
restaurátor
maîur sem gerir viî/upp
yenileyen/restore eden kimse

restorer

[rɪsˈtɔːrəʳ] N
1. (= person) → restaurador(a) m/f
2. (= hair restorer) → loción f capilar, regenerador m del cabello
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

restorer

[rɪˈstɔːrər] n [buildings, monuments, paintings] → restaurateur/trice m/f (d'œuvres d'art)rest period npériode f de repos
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

restorer

n (Art) → Restaurator(in) m(f) ? hair restorer
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

restorer

[rɪˈstɔːrəʳ] n (Art) → restauratore/trice
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

restore

(rəˈstoː) verb
1. to repair (a building, a painting, a piece of furniture etc) so that it looks as it used to or ought to.
2. to bring back to a normal or healthy state. The patient was soon restored to health.
3. to bring or give back. to restore law and order; The police restored the stolen cars to their owners.
4. to bring or put (a person) back to a position, rank etc he once had. He was asked to resign but was later restored to his former job as manager.
ˌrestoˈration (restə-) noun
The building was closed for restoration(s).
reˈstorer noun
a person or thing that restores. a furniture-restorer.
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References in classic literature ?
Finally, he was discovered by the military governor of the province of Ssuch`uan, who applied on his behalf for the post of Restorer of Ancient Monuments in the district, the one congenial appointment of his life.
I feel calmer now that I have written all this; and I will go to bed, and try to win tired nature's sweet restorer.
A great noise was suddenly heard at the extremity of the gallery, -- it was General Monk, who entered, followed by more than twenty officers, all eager for a smile, as only the evening before he was master of all England, and a glorious morrow was looked to, for the restorer of the Stuart family.
Who on earth but Poirot would have thought of a trial for murder as a restorer of conjugal happiness!
Next, to the Son, Destin'd restorer of Mankind, by whom New Heav'n and Earth shall to the Ages rise, Or down from Heav'n descend.
One, it happened, bestrode Tom's house, which looked still more retiring and apologetic beneath its immensity; and another giant stood just inside the corner of his garden, which was still not built upon and unchanged, except for a couple of advertisement boards, one recommending a two-and-sixpenny watch, and one a nerve restorer. These, by the bye, were placed almost horizontally to catch the eye of the passing mono-rail passengers above, and so served admirably to roof over a tool-shed and a mushroom-shed for Tom.
I chiefly fed mine eyes with beholding the destroyers of tyrants and usurpers, and the restorers of liberty to oppressed and injured nations.
All the gaunt wrecks, the black- ened skeletons of houses that stared so dismally at the sunlit grass of the hill, would presently be echoing with the ham- mers of the restorers and ringing with the tapping of their trowels.
A follow-up to his highly regarded first book (pictured above), this newest gas engine restoration guide from veteran vintage engine restorer Peter Rooke offers a wealth of information for both the new and experienced engine hobbyist.
FILE - King Tut CAIRO -- 16 March 2019: President of the Wood Monuments Restoration Plant Gilan Mahmoud described the restoration procedures with the surgery as the restorer always deals with cases that can't speak like the surgeon.
That leaves us with just five qualifiers from the 23-strong field -- Royal Line, Restorer, Wolf Country, Erik The Red and Reshoun.