recovery

noun
ADJECTIVE
amazing, astonishing (BrE), dramatic, excellent, miraculous, remarkable

Laura made a miraculous recovery.

good, robust, significant, strong, substantial (esp. BrE)

There is a robust recovery in the markets.

The world economy staged a strong recovery.

The company has made a substantial recovery over the past 12 months.

complete, full
limited, modest, partial

The index staged a modest recovery to be 6.5 points down.

fragile
fast, quick, rapid, speedy, swift
gradual, slow
steady
eventual
successful
continuing
lasting (esp. BrE), long-term, sustained
spontaneous
global, national
economic, industrial

The global economic recovery has strengthened significantly.

price, profits
jobless (esp. AmE)
physical

Mr Fisher made a full physical recovery.

post-operative
disaster

a disaster recovery plan

post-war
VERB + RECOVERY
achieve, make, show, stage

Many people make remarkable recoveries after strokes.

aid, enhance, facilitate, help, improve, maximize, promote, stimulate

a reduction in interest rates to stimulate global economic recovery

accelerate, hasten, speed, speed up

A good rest would speed his recovery.

allow, enable, ensure, permit (formal)
sustain
delay, hamper, hinder, impede, slow
affect
wish sb

We wish them all a speedy recovery.

expect, predict
see
RECOVERY + VERB
depend on sth
be on the way, begin, come

The economic circumstances are right and recovery is on the way (= recovery will occur soon).

A recovery will come only when deflation is conquered.

be underway, occur, take place
continue
RECOVERY + NOUN
time

His injuries have returned as there was insufficient recovery time between games.

rate, speed
period, phase
process
effort, operation
plan, programme/program, strategy
area (esp. AmE), centre/center (esp. AmE), room

I returned to my bed in the recovery area.

After the operation she was taken to the recovery room.

position (esp. BrE)

Continue resuscitation until the person starts breathing and then place them in the recovery position.

PREPOSITION
beyond recovery

The region has been damaged by acid rain and rivers are fouled almost beyond recovery.

in recovery

He's in recovery from the disease.

recovery from

recovery from his illness

recovery in

the recent recovery in consumer spending

recovery to

a slow recovery to full health

PHRASES
be on the road to recovery, be on the way to recovery

She is well on the road to recovery (= making good progress).

hope of recovery, a prospect of recovery

There is no hope of recovery.

the prospects of economic recovery

a sign of recovery

The economy is showing the first signs of recovery.


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