Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) make someone or sth look or feel better
How to MemorizePopularity MediumProfessional MediumSocial
To 'rejuvenate' something or someone means to restore it to a more youthful state. This could refer to appearance or how one feels in terms of energy or vitality. If you 'rejuvenate' a relationship' for example you reignite it or restore it to how things were at an earlier stage.
Social Examples (Advance)
Michellelooked rejuvenated after her holidayin the south of France.
The studentsfelt rejuvenated after their meditation class.
TheBeauty Clinichad an excellent deal onskin rejuvenation therapy.
The construction was part ofa citywide rejuvenation process.
Professional Examples (Advance)
The investment will allow us to rejuvenateour outreach department and increase our reach in the community.
I hope we all feelrejuvenated after last weeks training session. I look forward to hearing fresh ideas.
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