Traducción de rejuvenate en Español:

rejuvenate

rejuvenecer, v.

Pronunciación /rəˈdʒuvəˌneɪt//rɪˈdʒuːvəneɪt/

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    • It was set up to provide training for people trying to return to work and to rejuvenate the town following devastating job losses and a subsequent slump in the 1980s.
    • A newly refurbished building has been praised for helping to rejuvenate the surrounding town centre.
    • The organisation is charged with rejuvenating the centre of town.
    • Mr Monks added that by bringing new residents to the area, local commerce and businesses would benefit and it would help rejuvenate the town centre.
    • You need to be tender, loving and caring to rejuvenate personal relationships.
    • Love and romance enhance and rejuvenate a personal relationship.
    • The council have indicated this area is a major advantage in their hopes to rejuvenate the centre of the town.
    • Walton Community Project, formed to rejuvenate the town, organised a large-scale scheme to get the resort ready before the holiday season gets into full swing.
    • Since its opening, the centre has managed to rejuvenate the surrounding community.
    • It's best to rejuvenate personal relationships with tender loving care.
    • Devizes should have its own town centre manager to spearhead efforts to rejuvenate retail activity by late August or early September.
    • The jeweller and specialist watch chain has signed up the model and actress in a bid to rejuvenate its image.
    • Hence, it becomes imperative for those in the business of rejuvenating the people to create this awareness.
    • A brief, unplanned vacation rejuvenates your energy and personal relationships.
    • This is a good time to look afresh at personal relationships to rejuvenate the friendship you may have lost.
    • A good exercise programme such as aerobics will also activate and rejuvenate the skin and improve circulation and blood flow.
    • They discovered the compounds in the cream which use new ways to rejuvenate the skin.
    • Hundreds of jobs could be created in Burnley after a £2 million plan to rejuvenate an area of the town centre was revealed today.
    • The Government aims to rejuvenate market towns, and to focus improved health-care access and standards on them.
    • Thousands have signed our petitions, and sent in letters of support saying how the new stadium will rejuvenate the town.

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