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Date: 1800-1900
Language: Latin
Origin: juvenis 'young'

rejuvenate

verb
     
re‧ju‧ve‧nate [transitive]
1 to make something work much better or become much better again:
plans to rejuvenate the inner city areas
2 [usually passive] to make someone look or feel young and strong again:
I came back from holiday feeling rejuvenated.
rejuvenation noun [singular, uncountable]

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