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English-German translation for: recover
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Dictionary English German: recover

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VERB  to recover | recovered | recovered ... 
 
SYNO   to reclaim | to recover | to convalesce ... 
to recover
1549
wiedererhalten
to recover
688
wiedererlangen
to recover
557
retten
comp. to recover sth. [e.g. data, files]
541
etw. wiederherstellen [z. B. Daten]
econ. med. to recover [health, economy]
370
gesunden [geh.]
to recover
225
bergen
to recover
211
rückgewinnen
med. psych. to recover [return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength; also: economy etc.]
176
genesen [geh.] [gesund werden; auch: sich erholen (Wirtschaft etc.)]
comp. to recover
138
retten [Datei]
to recover sth. [retrieve]
120
etw. einholen [bergen]
to recover
80
wiederfinden
med. to recover sth. [health]
80
etw. wiederherstellen [Gesundheit]
to recover
79
wiedergewinnen
to recover sth.
60
etw. zurückbekommen
med. to recover [from a disease]
42
rekonvaleszieren
law to recover sth. [esp. stolen goods]
34
etw. sicherstellen [bes. Gestohlenes]
to recover [person]
24
beikommen [Ruhrgebiet: sich erholen]
to recover sth.
21
etw. zurückgewinnen
to recover [e.g. from a cold]
13
auskurieren [z. B. eine Erkältung]
fin. law to recover sth.
6
etw. betreiben [schweiz. Rechtssprache] [zur Zahlung geschuldeten Geldes veranlassen]
to recovererstattet erhalten
to recoversich bekrabbeln [regional] [ugs.] [erholen]
to recoversich bekriegen [regional] [ugs.] [einkriegen, beruhigen]
to recoverwieder einbringen
to recoverwieder erlangen
to recoverwieder finden [alt]
to recover(wieder) gesund werden
sports to recoverwieder fit werden
to recoverwieder zu Kräften kommen
med. to recover [health]sich erholen
to recover sb.'s sth. [which has been stolen, lost]jdm. etw.Akk. wiederbeschaffen
2 Words: Others
sb./sth. would recover [health]jd./etw. genäse
2 Words: Verbs
to recover consciousnesswieder zu Bewusstsein kommen
to recover consciousnesswieder zu Sinnen kommen
to recover damagesSchadenersatz erhalten
fin. to recover financiallysich finanziell erholen
to recover fromabjagen
to recover from sth.sichAkk. von etw.Dat. erholen
to recover goodsWare bergen
to recover groundBoden wiedergewinnen
to recover lossesSchaden wiedergutmachen
to recover one's sth. [which has been stolen, lost]sichDat. etw.Akk. wiederbeschaffen
to recover oneselfsich fangen
FireResc to recover sb.'s bodyjdn. tot bergen
to recover sb.'s respectjds. Achtung wiedergewinnen
to recover stabilityStabilität wiedererlangen
to recover sth. from sb./sth.jdm. etw.Akk. (wieder) abjagen [entreißen, abnehmen]
3 Words: Others
impossible to recover {adj} [postpos.] [e.g. losses]nicht mehr gutzumachen [nur prädikativ]
3 Words: Verbs
to recover a bodyeine Leiche bergen
to recover a debteine Schuld eintreiben
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Q 2015-12-15: Komplizierter Kfz-Text mit Marketingelementen (Abgabe Mittwoch, 16.12.2015...
A 2015-05-08: It took some time to recover.
A 2013-09-10: Yes, " retrieve, recover, etc ... "
A 2013-03-11: It's crazy when you recover loads of photos of yourself at age 14 in your ...
A 2012-03-15: recover ist gut...
A 2012-03-15: to recover your costs
A 2011-08-02: +clawback+ does not seem to fit; perhaps: to recover the cost of care
A 2010-09-26: to recover - sich erholen
Q 2010-09-26: recover faster from cough and cold...
Q 2010-05-19: entdecken / to recover
A 2009-11-12: recover = wiederherstellen / retten.
Q 2009-11-12: to *recover* data from a computer
Q 2009-07-31: recover (hier)
Q 2009-03-24: sougth to recover ....
Q 2008-11-06: It would emerge from bankruptcy but never recover its footing.
A 2008-04-27: 1.x ? As of today ? and "recover" instead of "win back" ?
A 2007-11-07: "recuperate" is rubbish - we might use "recover"
A 2007-11-07: to recover / regain (economic) autonomy for company management
A 2006-11-20: Siehe zuunterst bei deiner ersten Anfrage - to recover one's fortunes, to ...
A 2006-11-20: Sonst heißt "sich gesund stoßen" ~ "sich (finanziell / wirtschaftlich) san...

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