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be on the mend

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe on the mendbe on the mendRECOVER/GET BETTERto be getting better after an illness or after a difficult period syn be recovering He’s had flu, but he’s on the mend. signs that the economy is on the mend mend
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be on the mendI'm glad to see you're on the mend again.Ron's still taking medication, but he's on the mend.He wanted his fans to know he was on the mend.Once he was on the mend, we decided to try and do something about his crooked leg.And he was very keen on Sara Calvert while he was on the mend.Increased sales are a sign that the housing market is on the mend.Kathy's been quite ill with flu, but I think she's on the mend now.They are still unrepresented in great cities such as Manchester and Liverpool, but they seem at last to be on the mend.You are on the mend, I promise you.
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