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rejuvenate (verb) make somebody look or feel youthful and lively again.
You are rejuvenated if you feel that you are young or active again after a period of illness or inactivity. A substantial rise in your salary or an improvement in your career may fill you with new energy and enthusiasm. Then the rise or the change of career rejuvenates you; that is, it makes you feel active, energetic and young again. In stories of old we often read about creams and medicines that rejuvenate people, that is, make old people youthful. There are companies that claim that their creams can rejuvenate the users, that is, make the users look youthful and more energetic.
- The aging star found the cream her doctor claimed would rejuvenate her effective, as, after using it, she found her skin shining and fresh.
- Modern medicine will certainly invent drugs that can rejuvenate people. It has increased our longevity, so we can hope that it will certainly come up with drugs that can restore old people to youth.