名词:recoverer 动词过去式:recovered 过去分词:recovered 现在分词:recovering 第三人称单数:recovers 形容词:recoverable
1 [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (from sb/sth) find again (sth stolen, lost, etc); regain possession of sth 找回（被盗、遗失等之物）; 重新获得某事物（的所有权）
*recover stolen goods, lost property, etc 找回被盗的货物、失去的财物等
* Six bodies were recovered from the wreck. 从交通工具的残骸中找到了六具尸体.
* recover what was lost 重新获得失去的东西.
(a) get back the use of (one's faculties, health, etc) 恢复（能力、健康等）
*recover one's sight, hearing, etc 恢复视力、听力等
* recover one's senses/consciousness, eg after fainting 恢复知觉（如晕倒後）
* I'm slowly recovering my strength after a bout of flu. 我得过流感後体力正在慢慢恢复.
(b) get back the control of (oneself, one's actions, one's emotions, etc) 重新控制（自己、自己的行动、自己的情绪等）
*The skater quickly recovered his balance. 那个滑冰的人很快恢复了平衡.
* She recovered herself/her composure and smiled. 她恢复了常态[镇静], 笑了笑.
* The murderer never recovered his peace of mind. 这个杀人凶手心里再也没平静过.
3 [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (from sb/sth) regain (money, time or position) 新获得（金钱、时间或地位）
*They sought to recover damages, costs, expenses, etc from the firm. 他们设法向那家公司索取损害赔偿金、用费、费用等.
* We recovered lost time by setting out early. 我们提前出发从而把损失的时间补了回来.
* The team recovered its lead in the second half. 该队在下半场重新领先.
4 [I, Ipr] ~ (from sb/sth) return to a normal state, eg of health, mind, prosperity 回复到正常状态（如健康、神智、繁荣）
*He's now fully recovered from his stroke. 他现已从中风病完全康复了.
* recover from the shock, surprise, strain, etc 从震惊、惊讶、紧张等中恢复过来
* Trade soon recovered from the effects of the war. 贸易摆脱了战争的影响而很快复苏了.
1200-1300; Language: Old French;Origin:
recovrer, from Latin
to get better after an illness, accident, shock etc After a few days of fever, she began to recover.recover from He's in hospital, recovering from a heart attack. [I]
to return to a normal condition after a period of trouble or difficulty The tourist industry is recovering to pre-war levels.recover from Yesterday morning shares seemed to recover from Monday's collapse. [T]
to get back something that was taken from you, lost, or almost destroyed Four paintings stolen from the gallery have been recovered.recover sth from sth Two bodies were recovered from the wreckage. [T]
to get back an amount of money that you have spent or lost
= recoup He was entitled to recover damages from the defendants. [T]
to get back an ability, a sense, or control over your feelings, movements etc after a period without it
= regain It was some hours before she recovered consciousness . Once she stumbled, but somehow she recovered her balance and carried on running.recover yourself He recovered himself enough to speak calmly.>recoverableadj
1. But the claim made by a local authority to recover the cost of salvaging a sunken pie dish must surely be unique. 但某地当局为打捞一只焙制馅饼的盘子提出索赔，倒是件新鲜的事儿。
2. But experts say that some species today have been so wasted, they may never recover. 但是专家们说，由于时下的滥捕，某些鱼类可能永远也恢复不到原来的数量了。
3. But each time you recover that valued self-worth, you renew (重新开始) a fight to keep it. 但是每当你重新找回那珍贵的自尊时，你又得开始一场新的战斗来维护它。
4. But because patients no longer remain sleeping logs, nurses get to know them sooner and help them recover, says one team member. "That's nice." 但是，由于病人不再像木头似地沉睡，护士们能很快熟悉他们，并帮助他们康复起来，一位小组成员说，"这太好了。"
5. When my mother had died after a tragic accident, he did not quickly recover from the shock and loneliness. 当我的母亲在一次悲惨的事故后死去的时候，他未曾很快从那个打击和孤独中恢复过来。
6. When my mother had died after a tragic accident, he did not quickly recover from the shock and loneliness. 当时我母亲在一次事故中惨死，父亲未能很快从悲痛与孤独中恢复过来。
7. The whole situation starts to become more favorable; you recover from the symptoms of the first two stages, and you adjust yourself to the new norms, values, and even beliefs and traditions of the new country. 整个形势开始变得对你有利了，你会从前面两个阶段中出现的症状中恢复过来。而且你开始使自己适应新的准则、新的价值观念，乃至这个新的国家的各种信念和传统。
8. You recover some of the confidence that always told you how good you were at your job and accept what the boss said: 你恢复了一些自信, 这种自信一直使你相信自己过去的工作做得十分出色，并接受老板的说法:
9. She never did recover her equilibrium after her husband´s tragic death. 丈夫惨死后, 她再也没能恢复心境的平静。
10. Many operations which today are quite straightforward and from which patients recover quickly, such as removing an appendix, would never have been attempted at all, and the victim would probably have died without anyone really knowing why. 有许多今天很好做而且手术后病人可以很快康复的像切除阑尾一类的手术在当时根本不会有人去尝试。病人可能死了，而没有人知道病因何在，