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restoration

noun

1 Restoration

The reign of Charles II in England; 1660-1685.



2 restoration

The act of restoring something or someone to a satisfactory state.

Roget 689: bracing etc. v.; recovery of strength, recuperation etc. 159; restoration, revival etc. 660; repair, refection, refocillation, ... show more

Dutch: rehabilitatie, restauratie
Polish: przywrócenie

3 restoration

Getting something back again.

synonyms: regaining, restitution, return.

Roget 145: reversion, return; revulsion.    turning point, turn of the tide; status quo ante bellum; calm before a storm.    alternation etc. (periodicity) 138; inversion etc. ... show more

Roget 660: restoration, restoral; reinstatement, replacement, rehabilitation, reestablishment, reconstitution, reconstruction; reproduction etc. 163; renovation, renewal; ... show more

Roget 790: restitution, return; rendition, reddition; restoration; reinvestment, recuperation; rehabilitation etc. (reconstruction) 660; reparation, atonement; compensation, ... show more

Polish: restytucja

4 restoration

The state of being restored to its former good condition.

synonyms: refurbishment, renovation.

Roget 163: reproduction, renovation; restoration etc. 660; renewal; new edition, reprint, revival, regeneration, palingenesis, revivification; apotheosis; resuscitation, ... show more

Dutch: herstel, renovatie
Polish: renowacja, rewaloryzacja, restauracja, odnawianie, odnowa

5 restoration

Some artifact that has been restored or reconstructed.

6 restoration

A model that represents the landscape of a former geological age or that represents and extinct animal etc..

7 Restoration

The re-establishment of the British monarchy in 1660.


Moby thesaurus: Great Leap Forward, about-face, advance, advancement, amelioration, amendment, ascent, backing, backsliding, bettering, betterment, boost, clearance, clearing, copy, destigmatization, destigmatizing, disenchantment, duplication, enhancement ... show more.

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