verb (used with object), restored, restoring.
to bring back into existence, use, or the like; reestablish:
to restore order.
to bring back to a former, original, or normal condition, as a building, statue, or painting.
to bring back to a state of health, soundness, or vigor.
to put back to a former place, or to a former position, rank, etc.:
to restore the king to his throne.
to give back; make return or restitution of (anything taken away or lost).
to reproduce or reconstruct (an ancient building, extinct animal, etc.) in the original state.
to return (something, esp a work of art or building) to an original or former condition
to bring back to health, good spirits, etc
to return (something lost, stolen, etc) to its owner
to reintroduce or re-enforce: to restore discipline
to reconstruct (an extinct animal, former landscape, etc)
noun 1. restoration.
noun 1. English comedy of the period of the Restoration, stressing manners and social satire.
/ˌrɛstəˈreɪʃəˌnɪzəm/ noun 1. belief in a future life in which human beings will be restored to a state of perfection and happiness
adjective 1. serving to restore; pertaining to restoration. 2. capable of renewing health or strength. noun 3. a restorative agent, means, or the like. 4. a means of restoring a person to consciousness: Smelling salts serve as a restorative. adjective 1. tending to revive or renew health, spirits, etc noun 2. anything that restores or […]