English version

stage a comeback/recovery etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstage a comeback/recovery etcstage a comeback/recovery etcto start doing something again or being successful, after you had stopped or not been successful for some time He staged an amazing comeback. stage
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stage a comeback/recovery etcRab tried to stage a comeback.The rain is over, the Falcons are dying on the tube, the sun is staging a comeback.Second stage recovery generally begins in the third year.By 1995 all the Big Three had staged a comeback in sales and profits.In second stage recovery there is value in occasional attendance at meetings of other Fellowships if one has a measure of cross-addiction.Government forecasts acknowledge the economy is unlikely to stage a recovery this year.
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