recover from

recover something from someone or something

to retrieve or salvage something from someone, something, or some place. The police recovered my purse from the thief who had taken it. Mary recovered her deposit from the failed bank.

recover from someone or something

to get over an experience with someone or something. My great-uncle just left, and it will take a day or two to recover from him. I hope I recover from his visit soon.

recover from something

to recuperate from a disease. I hope I recover from this cough soon. She recovered from her cold soon enough to go on the trip.
References in classic literature ?
Edgar Caswall was the first to recover from the interruption of the falling kite.
But then, you see, I had firmly realised this, that she would sooner recover from our separation than from our marriage; that her love for me, pretty and poignant and dramatic while it lasted, was a book- born, book-fed dream, which must die soon or late,--the sooner the better for the peace of the dreams that in the course of nature would soon spring up to take its place.
muttered Mazarin, unable to recover from his astonishment.
a floppy disk or CD) on an intermittent basis is no longer an adequate solution to recover from data loss, nor is strictly relying on occasional scheduled off-site, tape or server data storage methods.
To improve, your body must recover from training and adapt to a higher level of training stress.
Runners vary greatly in how long it takes to recover from and adapt to a workout.
The picture is not a bleak one, however, since people can and do recover from mental illness.
If people who recover from other illnesses can cope on their own, recovered mental patients should be able to do so, too.
Recover from iPod "Drive Not Formatted" message or when your iPod is not recognized by your computer.
TriZetto can help health plans recover from a disaster, so they can continue to serve the members, providers and employers who rely on them.
Built-in Software Allows PC Users without Dedicated IT Support to Easily and Safely Recover from Security Attacks and Get Back to Work
0 supports Windows 95, 98, XP, Me, 2000, and NT operating systems and can recover from various types of media including IDE/ATA/EIDE hard drives, SCSI drives, floppy diskettes, Zip and Jaz removable media, and digital media (CompactFlash, SmartMedia, memory sticks).
This new functionality allows computer users to recover from data loss situations quickly, securely and cost-effectively over the Internet.
This pioneering technology enables Ontrack experts to remotely connect to a customer's computer system and perform data recovery services, allowing computer users to recover from data loss situations quickly, securely and cost-effectively.