find again; regain possession of sth
get back the use of sth; get back the control of sb/sth
return to a normal state
"She regained control of herself"
"She found her voice and replied quickly"
"The patient is recuperating"
"We expect the stocks to recover to $2.90"
"The company managed to recuperate"
"recuperate one's losses"
"recover a chair"
Any more than a dead carcase can be recovered to life by a cordial.
A young lady who faints, must be recovered.
出自： J. Austen
He..recovered her from an imminent..disease.
出自： F. Marryat
He recovered his football from the neighbour's lawn.
It is recovered from its compounds.
它从其化合物中被分离出来。 recover from sb/sth
A healthy child quickly recovers from a fever.
It always takes some time to recover from the shock of someone's death.
They took a long time to recover from this shock.
How long will it be before the nation recovers from its present troubles?
She recovered from her surprise, and answered calmly.
That country hasn't yet recovered from the effects of the war.
误 She has not completely recovered after her illness.
正 She has not completely recovered from her illness.
析 “(病后)恢复”用recover from,其中介词不能用after。
误 She has recovered from her illness for a month.
正 She recovered from her illness a month ago.
正 It is a month since she recovered from her illness.