recover from (someone or something)

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recover from (someone or something)

1. To return to good health after some illness or injury. Often used in the continuous tense to indicate an ongoing recovery. My brother is still recovering from malaria after coming back from his trip to Kenya. I'm still recovering from a broken ankle, so I'm afraid I won't be coming on the ski trip in December.
2. To return to stable, competitive, or composed position or status after some difficult, troublesome, or threatening situation. Things are better on the whole, but many businesses haven't yet recovered from the economic crisis. The team managed to recover from a disastrous start to the game, and they're now in a position where they could possibly win the whole thing. Georgina always finds it hard to recover from her in-laws' visits.
3. To get something back that had been taken or possessed by someone or something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "recover" and "from." I haven't been able to recover my money from the company I invested in yet. They recovered the ball from the other team within range of a field goal.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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On the other hand, Riga City Council member Valters Bergs (New Conservative Party), who has also seen the law firm's opinion, believes that the firm's experts have determined that the municipality has a legal basis to sue the former board of Rigas Satiksme in order to recover losses estimated at millions of euros.
A fuel surcharge is a temporary relief granted to airlines to help them recover losses incurred from higher jet-fuel prices.
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Shares of the Philippines' largest budget carrier gained by a record 50% at the open Wednesday to partially recover losses triggered by a local broker's trading error the day before.
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The fuel surcharge is a way in which airlines can partially recover losses from the soaring fuel prices and the weakening of the peso over the dollar.
and Maynilad Water Services Inc.-to recover losses or give back gains resulting from the fluctuations in the value of the peso against other currencies.
He said the government hopes to help farmers recover losses in the quickest and best way possible, so that they can continue regular harvest operations.
KARACHI -- The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) changed its direction on Wednesday, as indices managed to recover losses from the preceding session.
My attention was particularly drawn to the sixth rule Thou Shall Not Bet to Recover Losses. It expounds on the reasoning premised on the hope that proceeds from the next bet after a loss, in case it is a win, will recover the money lost and leave more for future betting.
Oil marketers want Kenya Pipeline Company to engage an insurer to recover losses occasioned by an alleged 11.6 million litres oil spillage amounting to Sh1.16 billion.
Our economic managers have made a conscious attempt not to penalise honest customers and recover losses from defaulters while bringing down power-sector losses to within levels permitted by the regulatory body.
Addressing a press conference, PNB Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Sunil Mehta said that the immediate aim of the bank was to recover losses through the Non-Performing Assets (NPA) to increase profitability.
Commencing the week on a positive note, the rupee continued to recover losses against the dollar for the second straight week after hitting all-time low at Rs131 on July 21.
Matters improved on Tuesday as the index rallied 1,095 points, which helped recover losses from the preceding week.