Meaning of RECOVERY in English

RECOVERY

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

disaster recovery

We need to increase the budget allocation for disaster recovery.

economic recovery (= the process in which an economic situation improves after a period of failing )

There are now signs of economic recovery in the region.

recovery program

recovery room

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

complete

She made a complete recovery without recourse to surgery and is reported elsewhere.

We tried to convince our-selves that she could manage a quick and complete recovery .

Congenital abnormalities are often considered to be defects that cause disability without the hope of a complete recovery .

None the less, doctors were loath to reveal their predictions to patients, unless, of course, complete recovery was expected.

Following penicillin and cefotaxime administration he was transferred to the intensive care unit, where he made a complete recovery .

By 1992, he was asserting such complete recovery that he declared himself a candidate for the presidency.

However, if he or she survives the first half hour, there is a good chance of complete recovery .

This guy I know really well suffered from it and went to see this faith healer and made a complete recovery .

early

The result was that the babies with analgesia had much reduced postoperative endocrine changes, fewer complications and earlier recovery .

And, thinking this, she knew that the thought itself was the first, faint, early signal of recovery .

Any signs of an earlier recovery ?? 4.

Anger: in many ways anger is the most powerful of the emotions to come to the surface in early recovery .

One of the most significant recommendations in early recovery is that close emotional ties should be avoided.

economic

The lower inflation and freer market, it is claimed, has generated an economic recovery .

In a speech last week, Kohl predicted economic recovery before the end of the year.

He blames the policies of his predecessor, Nigel Lawson, for slow economic recovery .

As Malden Mills continues its economic recovery , the victims of the fire are also improving.

Cash has flowed out of the money markets into the stockmarket, well before there is any clear sign of economic recovery .

The group expected economic recovery in 1993.

The significance of the economic recovery , such as it was, in 1977- 8 caused much debate and some perplexity.

Yes, you could say that pension funds are being asked to finance the economic recovery .

full

The underlying improvement in operating performance and the restructuring implemented in 1992 have set us on the path to full recovery .

Doctors at Strong Memorial Hospital said they expected the 39-year-old woman to make a full recovery .

She was severely injured but made a full recovery .

Whatever, let's hope she makes a full recovery .

Most patients did not make a full renal recovery .

The doctors told me they had high hopes that in a year you'd have made a full recovery .

But now he has made a full recovery to the delight of his proud parents, Fred and Denise.

green

What Forest displayed at Elland Road were not green shoots of recovery but a field of talent in full bloom.

It can not just point smugly to the late-flowering green shoots of recovery and wait for economic summer to arrive.

To claim that a packed Oxford Street is an indication of the green shoots of recovery is surely rather premature.

Print sales Green shoots of recovery ?

Norman Lamont got a lot of stick for allegedly having identified the green shoots of recovery somewhat prematurely.

The green shoots of recovery may now be twitching but it will be a long time before the unemployment figures level off.

modest

Following his forecast for a modest recovery in 1991, which did not appear.

national

Labour's programme for national recovery will this year help bring Britain out of recession.

Neil Kinnock Immediate action for national recovery Britain faces a huge task of national reconstruction.

We will introduce fair taxes Attacking poverty is an essential component of Labour's programme for national recovery and prosperity.

In early December Hewson unveiled an economic blueprint for national recovery which was favourably received by most political commentators.

quick

Berwick crashed at home to Newcastle last Saturday, but staged a quick recovery with a last-heat win at Glasow.

Producers know that they can not hold prices constant while waiting for a quick recovery from cyclical downturns.

Few brokers predict a quick recovery .

Lafontaine made a quick recovery and was released from hospital on May 2.

Hopes of a quick recovery have been dashed.

I take this opportunity to once again wish you a quick recovery and join your wellwishers in praying for your future success.

Stuart Ripley, after a quick recovery , and Andy Payton are among the five candidates.

Striker Bernie Slaven could again be on the substitutes' bench after his quick recovery from a knee operation.

remarkable

Now Daniel, 10, appears to have made a remarkable recovery with just chemotherapy treatment and cancer tablets.

Sir Richard is now chairman, having overseen the group's remarkable recovery .

However, the incredible Liverpool pensioner has amazed hospital staff and family alike with her remarkable recovery .

It has staged a remarkable recovery from the apparently moribund state of the late fifties and early sixties.

As if by retribution, the sick electrician made a remarkable recovery and the pumps resumed their efficient, reliable operation.

But he is making a remarkable recovery .

slow

He blames the policies of his predecessor, Nigel Lawson, for slow economic recovery .

I can imagine a slow recovery and low inflation which would fail to bring interest rates down - the poison's antidote.

By May 1990 the trend in commodity prices had begun to show signs of a slow recovery .

speedy

Amazingly, the ghost disappeared after the exorcism - and the Earl made a speedy recovery .

I hope every driver who got stabbed by this perverted human being has a speedy recovery .

Better information is known to aid speedier recovery for patients: the position is no different with redundancies.

I wish you a speedy recovery from this business.

Advances in keyhole surgery and laser treatment mean much speedier recovery .

A card was passed around for those present to send their good wishes for a speedy recovery .

For the short term it sees patchy signs of improvement and no speedy recovery .

strong

Nevertheless, 1988 marked the second year of strong recovery from the growth recession of 1986.

That is the best thing for industry and for a strong recovery from the recession.

A strong recovery in Britain would soon be cut short.

sustained

A Budget for sustained recovery and a Budget for jobs, said Mr Lamont.

He said spiralling public sector borrowing was the greatest threat to a sustained economic recovery .

The Conservatives have no policies which would mean sustained recovery , higher health care or improved educational standards.

But that can not and will not achieve sustained recovery - experience here and everywhere else proves that.

It will combat recession now and build sustained and sustainable recovery for the future.

■ NOUN

cost

The donors may press for further policy changes, such as increased cost recovery and further privatization.

Why is Great Britain the only country in the Community to impose full economic cost recovery ?

disaster

The company went out-of-house for the base technology, hooking up with Unisource Systems Inc, experts in big-time disaster recovery .

plan

The new figure is likely to be announced on Thursday, with a full recovery plan .

His management team gathered in a war room to assess the damages and strategize a recovery plan .

It is of course easier said than done for some one suffering from anorexia simply to follow this recovery plan .

He claims his recovery plan kills off Labour claims that he is doing nothing to combat unemployment.

The privatization of up to 40 state-owned companies was at the centre of the governments economic recovery plan .

The 429 page report includes a thorough and specific recovery plan for every endangered species.

No details had yet been published of an economic recovery plan which the government had announced in January.

programme

Soaring unemployment would be pegged with a £3.1 billion recovery programme for firms of all sizes and job training for school leavers.

It wanted that money sooner to spend on the recovery programme , Mr Marshall said.

It has also underlined the urgent need for sufficient Government funds to pay for a massive recovery programme .

With the patience and advice from my local vet we set up a recovery programme .

Machungo told the meeting that, despite the high cost of living, there was no alternative to the economic recovery programme .

What other help may be available in parallel to a 12 Step recovery programme ?

He indicated that a vigorous recovery programme was being carried out 90,000 reminders had been issued and thousands of summonses sent.

Unless the council's recovery programme satisfies the local government inspectorate, the axe will finally fall on the borough next year.

room

The operation took place at midday and I was taken to the recovery room in the course of the afternoon.

An agent led me into an examining room they had converted into a recovery room.

Finally it was all over and Kirsty heard the instruction being given to take her to the recovery room .

■ VERB

allow

The animals were allowed a two week recovery period after surgery before experiments began.

It allows recovery before the barbarity, the social invasion, of the family.

We booked a moped for penultimate day of the holiday allowing 24 hours for recovery before the flight home.

This is always dangerous because at that moment the glider has insufficient speed to allow for safe recovery and landing.

So we were playing three games every six days and that just doesn't allow enough recovery time from injuries.

expect

Many forecasters are expecting an anaemic recovery in the second half.

There is no question but that firms that expect recovery do not lay off workers.

help

The spiritual resources of patients can do a great deal to help in their recovery or bring about a peaceful death.

With no flood insurance, they wonder whether the Federal Emergency Management Agency will help them with recovery money.

Gene said that he believed I could help Gary in his recovery .

Let those who love you help you fight towards recovery .

It may include details of the care best suited to help that patient towards recovery .

The process will be helped by recovery in profits and the interest rate cuts.

To help her recovery , she was referred to a specialist rehabilitation centre for younger patients.

lead

Typically, stockmarkets lead the recovery of the real economy by four to six months.

Recession leads to recovery we believe.

Two hundred pounds for information leading to the recovery of Miss Templeton's jade.

Revival under Law, 1911-1914 Few contemporaries would have expected Balfour's retirement to lead to a Unionist recovery .

Loss adjusters Tyler and Co. are offering a substantial reward for information leading to the recovery of the missing objects.

Mr Lamont said that both measures were aimed at helping small businesses lead the economic recovery .

But much will now depend on the persuasive skills of Sir John Cuckney who's leading the recovery operation.

make

The stick must be moved forwards to make the recovery .

Terry Bradshaw makes an incredible recovery from a knee injury.

Champion recovered from cancer during 1979 / 80 to make a recovery that the whole nation could marvel at.

After enduring serious surgery and two years of resultant pain, the plaintiff made a reasonable recovery .

Most patients did not make a full renal recovery .

But she's made an amazing recovery and is now about to go home.

She's since made a complete recovery and Mona's consultant says she ows everything to Janet.

If bacterial meningitis is diagnosed early and treated promptly, most people make a complete recovery .

show

This shows a recovery in the U.K. share as compared with 1990/91, when the figures were: U.S. 38.6%.

Creatures like quail and the white-tailed deer, adjusting to man, have already shown recovery .

He was admitted to hospital earlier this week after showing no signs of recovery .

Last year sales showed some recovery after a difficult 1991 fair, while attendance figures were 11,000.

Despite the hospital specialist's scepticism, he began to show signs of recovery .

This female mallard was brought into Slimbridge yesterday totally paralysed and she's already showing signs of recovery .

stage

Berwick crashed at home to Newcastle last Saturday, but staged a quick recovery with a last-heat win at Glasow.

Government forecasts acknowledge the economy is unlikely to stage a recovery this year.

Table-toppers Wigan staged a dramatic recovery at Salford to win 26-18.

It has staged a remarkable recovery from the apparently moribund state of the late fifties and early sixties.

Alongside him, Chris Bryan also staged a marvellous late recovery , coming back from 14-11 down to win 21-16.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

green shoots (of recovery)

Clematis so bristles with brittle green shoots in spring that planting then is an anxiety rather than a pleasure.

If green shoots are now appearing, the media is entitled to claim some credit for watering them.

It can not just point smugly to the late-flowering green shoots of recovery and wait for economic summer to arrive.

It was weeks before the bulbs in William and Jenny's bowls began to show green shoots .

The curtains looked like spring, but a spring that had happened somewhere else: all green shoots and rainfall and blossom.

To claim that a packed Oxford Street is an indication of the green shoots of recovery is surely rather premature.

Using your thumb and index finger, remove soft, new green shoots to just above the set of leaves.

What Forest displayed at Elland Road were not green shoots of recovery but a field of talent in full bloom.

stage a comeback/recovery etc

By 1995 all the Big Three had staged a comeback in sales and profits.

Government forecasts acknowledge the economy is unlikely to stage a recovery this year.

In second stage recovery there is value in occasional attendance at meetings of other Fellowships if one has a measure of cross-addiction.

Rab tried to stage a comeback.

Second stage recovery generally begins in the third year.

The rain is over, the Falcons are dying on the tube, the sun is staging a comeback.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Economic recovery is forecast.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

After extensive negotiations, Wimpol was awarded the location and recovery contract.

I guess everyone said it is 95 percent curable; the treatment is good; you are making a good recovery .

It should be remembered that one can not relapse unless one has first been in recovery .

My right hon. Friend is right to talk about the industrial capacity being too low to produce the recovery we need.

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The dramatic move - effectively devaluing our currency - exposed the Prime Minister's general election pledges of economic recovery as worthless.

The kick misses, recovery is slow and the alert opponent has scored before you know what's happened.

The scene was set, the script written, the actors at their marks: illness, operation, recovery .

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