Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: to revive

auferstehen
beleben (wieder aufleben lassen)
wiederbeleben
beleben [ökon.]
wiederaufleben lassen
wieder in Kraft treten lassen
wiederherstellen (z. B. Ordnung)
wieder aufblühen [fig.]
wieder erwachen (zum Leben)
wieder zum Leben erwachen
erquicken
wieder einführen
wieder aufnehmen (Inszenierung etc.)
erneuern (Abkommen etc.)
wieder aufführen (Oper, Theaterstück)
wieder auf die Bühne bringen
das Bewusstsein wiedererlangen
sich erholen (Wirtschaft etc.)
wieder aufkommen [fig.]
wieder erwachen [fig.]
frischen (Stahl)
wiederaufnehmen
wiederauferstehen
sich wieder aufrichten (Pflanzen)


Bespielsätze

Accessory, perhaps, to the impulse dictating the thing he was now about to do, were certain prudential motives, whose object might have been to revive the spirits of his crew by a stroke of his subtile skill, in a matter so wondrous as that of the inverted compasses.
For a little while, hope made a show of reviving—not with any reason to back it, but only because it is its nature to revive when the spring has not been taken out of it by age and familiarity with failure.
The wellknown and highly respected worker in the cause of our old tongue, Mr Joseph M’Carthy Hynes, made an eloquent appeal for the resuscitation of the ancient Gaelic sports and pastimes, practised morning and evening by Finn MacCool, as calculated to revive the best traditions of manly strength and prowess handed down to us from ancient ages.
She went, however; and when they reached the farm, and she was to be put down, at the end of the broad, neat gravel walk, which led between espalier apple-trees to the front door, the sight of every thing which had given her so much pleasure the autumn before, was beginning to revive a little local agitation; and when they parted, Emma observed her to be looking around with a sort of fearful curiosity, which determined her not to allow the visit to exceed the proposed quarter of an hour.
But the mere fact that he was a man, however wild, had somewhat reassured me, and my fear of Silver began to revive in proportion.
There remained nothing to me but one poor wounded babe, and it seemed at present worse than death that it was in such a pitiful condition, bespeaking compassion, and I had no refreshing for it, nor suitable things to revive it.
I sat much alone with a poor wounded child in my lap, which moaned night and day, having nothing to revive the body, or cheer the spirits of her, but instead of that, sometimes one Indian would come and tell me one hour that "your master will knock your child in the head," and then a second, and then a third, "your master will quickly knock your child in the head."
I promise you it affords me as little pleasure to revive it as it does you.
The Countess G—— wished to revive the subject of the count, but Franz announced he had something far newer to tell her, and, in spite of Albert’s demonstrations of false modesty, he informed the countess of the great event which had preoccupied them for the last three days.
“Ah, yes—true, mademoiselle,” exclaimed Monte Cristo as if this simple explanation was sufficient to revive the recollection he sought.


Weitere Wörter

Deutsch Englisch
wieder in Kraft treten lassen to revive
erneuern (Abkommen etc.) to revive
wiederaufnehmen to revive
wiederherstellen (z. B. Ordnung) to revive
wieder aufführen (Oper, Theaterstück) to revive
wiederauferstehen to revive
wieder aufblühen [fig.] to revive
wieder auf die Bühne bringen to revive
sich wieder aufrichten (Pflanzen) to revive
auferstehen to revive