Translation of invigorate in Spanish:


vigorizar, v.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈvɪɡəˌreɪt//ɪnˈvɪɡəreɪt/

transitive verb

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    (exercise/shower/breeze) vigorizar
    (exercise/breeze/shower) tonificar
    to invigorate the campaign darle nuevo ímpetu a la campaña
    • I felt invigorated after my swim después de nadar me sentí lleno de energía
    • As the new congressional session gets into gear, a freshly invigorated gun control movement is preparing to act.
    • Gels are commonplace from lime Jell-o to invigorating minty shower gels.
    • It is also a chance to start building a new generation of theatre-goers as well as invigorating the current one.
    • This time the wit of Bertman's concept invigorates the cast's delightful performances.
    • But it's really invigorating thing to do and there are lots of positive repercussions.
    • I think it will further strengthen and invigorate and refresh the Federal Ministry as we move through this year.
    • You leave feeling as if every part of your body has been pampered - you're invigorated from top to toe.
    • It's always very interesting to see how the ranch air invigorates people when they come down from Washington.
    • Splash it generously all over your body to remove that hot, sticky feeling, and cool you down, and refresh and invigorate the skin.
    • Now and then I would be crushed in her embrace, before being given one of the most invigorating massages of my life.
    • You forget how invigorating the natural environment is until you're right in the middle of it.
    • There is nothing like life-threatening riots to enliven a man and invigorate life.
    • Praising Jansenism or the products of its teaching remained an allusive way to proclaim the need for an animating conviction to invigorate liberal principles.
    • A victorious Nato would ultimately emerge as a strengthened and invigorated alliance.
    • Just the thought of Williams returning to invigorate the offense is enough to get people talking.
    • Great writing for the theatre, be it Shakespeare, Chekhov or Miller, fuels and invigorates the performer as it's being spoken.
    • It strengthens the lungs to resist the effects of sudden changes in the air, and it healthfully braces and invigorates the chest.
    • Then a warm bath or shower can be taken which should always be followed by a cool rinse at the end to invigorate blood circulation and stimulate surface warmth.
    • The walk invigorated her, readying her for the fight.
    • I was thinking that perhaps this might be a picturesque quality: a rupture of the composure of the song that enriches and invigorates the pop formula used to create it.