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reanimate (ree AN uh mayt") (verb), reanimates; reanimated; reanimating
1. To revive; to make alive again; to restore to consciousness: After the road accident, the driver of the car had to be reanimated or brought back to life because his heart had stopped functioning.
2. To give a fresh heart or courage to a person or a thing; to stimulate and to renew: When the lead singer quit the chorus, it seemed to fall apart until one day a new soprano offered to be the voice of the group and so it was reanimated!
3. To impart fresh vigor, energy, or activity to something: Knowing that she was going to spend the weekend with her family at the amusement park seemed to reanimate Julie and kept her excited about going.
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