Meaning of RESTORE in English

RESTORE

verb

1 bring back a situation/feeling

ADVERB

▪ quickly , soon

Order was quickly ~d.

VERB + RESTORE

▪ need to

We need to ~ public confidence in the industry.

▪ attempt to , seek to , try to , work to

▪ help (to)

▪ manage to

▪ fail to

▪ be designed to , be intended to

PREPOSITION

▪ to

Peace has now been ~d to the area.

PHRASES

▪ an attempt to ~ sth , an effort to ~ sth

an attempt to ~ the company's finances

▪ be aimed at restoring sth

▪ measures to ~ sth

▪ a way of restoring sth , a way to ~ sth

2 repair/rebuild sth

ADVERB

▪ completely , fully

▪ partially , partly

▪ beautifully

▪ carefully , faithfully , lovingly , meticulously , painstakingly

▪ successfully , sympathetically

▪ extensively

The interior has recently been extensively ~d.

▪ digitally

The film has been digitally ~d and remastered.

PREPOSITION

▪ to

The train has been ~d to full working order.

PHRASES

▪ newly ~d , recently ~d

▪ ~ sth to its former glory

The buildings have now been ~d to their former glory.

Restore is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ balance , ↑ building , ↑ calm , ↑ confidence , ↑ credibility , ↑ democracy , ↑ dignity , ↑ discipline , ↑ electricity , ↑ faith , ↑ flow , ↑ funding , ↑ habitat , ↑ harmony , ↑ health , ↑ honour , ↑ independence , ↑ integrity , ↑ mill , ↑ monarchy , ↑ morale , ↑ normality , ↑ order , ↑ painting , ↑ peace , ↑ penalty , ↑ pride , ↑ profitability , ↑ relation , ↑ reputation , ↑ right , ↑ semblance , ↑ service , ↑ sight , ↑ stability , ↑ status quo , ↑ supply , ↑ system , ↑ trust , ↑ unity , ↑ vigour , ↑ vision , ↑ vitality

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .